Senator Sanders mentioned American Indians living on Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in his remarks.
Published June 16, 2016
BURLINGTON, VERMONT – Two nights after the end of the presidential primary season officially ended, Senator Bernie Sanders addressed his supporters online on Thursday evening. Sanderss message was also carried live on MSNBC.
He recounted the successes during his campaign. He cited the average donation of $27 per donor he received in his fundraising efforts. He recounted how he took on the establishment and had won many states against all odds.
This campaign has never been about one candidate, it has been about transforming America. . .
It is about Native Americans who live on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation who have life expectancies lower than those who live in third world countries.
Sanders did not concede defeat to the presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton. However, he said met with her on Tuesday evening to discuss how to defeat Donald Trump this November.
While it is mathematically impossible for Sanders to win the nomination, he remains in the race.