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Mass. Delegate And Superdelegate On Democratic Party Unity22:30
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Demonstrators make their way to downtown on the Benjamin Franklin Bridge on Monday in Philadelphia, during the first day of the Democratic National Convention. (Alex Brandon/AP)
Demonstrators make their way to downtown on the Benjamin Franklin Bridge on Monday in Philadelphia, during the first day of the Democratic National Convention. (Alex Brandon/AP)
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The Democrats promised their convention would be the calm, controversy-free, unity event. Now, leaked emails from the Democratic National Committee reveals that party officials actively tried to sabotage Bernie Sanders and the party chairwoman had to resign. Democrats have their own firestorm and we haven't even started.

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Rep. Michael Capuano, congressman for the 7th District of Massachusetts and superdelegate who endorsed Hillary Clinton. He tweets @mikecapuano.

Paul Feeney, director of Sanders's state campaigns in Massachusetts and Connecticut and Mass. Sanders delegate. He tweets @PaulieFeeney.

This segment aired on July 25, 2016.

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