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>> The Democrats opened their four-day convention in Philadelphia Monday, in an atmosphere that's anything but brotherly. Democratic Party Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz greeted with cheers and jeers at a breakfast for the Florida delegation Monday morning. The crisis in the party the fallout after a trove of internal Democratic emails showed party insiders favored Hillary Clinton in the primary campaign over her rival Bernie Sanders.
>> We know that the voices in this room, that are standing up and being disruptive, we know that that's not the Florida that we know.>> Wasserman Schultz announcing Sunday she would resign her position after the convention. But for Sanders supporters, that's not soon enough. Many were already angry that Clinton didn't pick a vice presidential candidate more to their liking.
The leaked emails, fueling their rage at a party establishment they feel never gave their candidate a fair shake. Supporters took to Philly's streets Sunday, at a party reception at the city's art museum they chanted, Bernie, Bernie! Democrats had hoped their nominating ceremony would be a no drama affair in contrast to the Republicans' divisive convention last week.
It may fall to Sanders to restore calm when he addresses the DNC Monday night.