Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders fired up a union crowd in Indianapolis on Friday, days after taking steps to pare back a campaign that has been outdistanced by front-runner Hillary Clinton.
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders fired up a union crowd in Indianapolis on Friday, days after taking steps to pare back a campaign that has been outdistanced by front-runner Hillary Clinton. AJ Mast The Associated Press
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders fired up a union crowd in Indianapolis on Friday, days after taking steps to pare back a campaign that has been outdistanced by front-runner Hillary Clinton. AJ Mast The Associated Press

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