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  • Bernie Sanders: We're gaining momentum because we're telling the truth

    Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders made a stop to speak to supporters gathered in Bartle Hall in Kansas City on Feb. 24, 2016. He told them about how his campaign had climbed from 3% to the lead in three national polls over 9 months. Sanders told them they were gaining momentum because, "we're doing something very radical -- we're telling the truth." The statement was met with cheers from the crowd.

Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders made a stop to speak to supporters gathered in Bartle Hall in Kansas City on Feb. 24, 2016. He told them about how his campaign had climbed from 3% to the lead in three national polls over 9 months. Sanders told them they were gaining momentum because, "we're doing something very radical -- we're telling the truth." The statement was met with cheers from the crowd. Credit: Shane Keyser/Kansas City Star
Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders made a stop to speak to supporters gathered in Bartle Hall in Kansas City on Feb. 24, 2016. He told them about how his campaign had climbed from 3% to the lead in three national polls over 9 months. Sanders told them they were gaining momentum because, "we're doing something very radical -- we're telling the truth." The statement was met with cheers from the crowd. Credit: Shane Keyser/Kansas City Star

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