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They’re not all aboard: Tensions, protests continue on day 2 of DNC

Jul 26, 2016

Democrats woke up Tuesday morning still aglow from Michelle Obama's epic address at the convention Monday evening.

It was a useful distraction from the ongoing tension with staunch Bernie Sanders supporters. Some have come around to Hillary Clinton, but protesters continued demonstrating in Philadelphia.

While on a train to the convention, our producer Kate Walters observed protesters being booted off the stop before the convention in a change of security protocol. You can see video of that and tweets of the day below.

The headline events for Tuesday evening will be the official roll call to confirm Clinton's nomination and an address by her husband, President Bill Clinton.

Catch up on the stories:

KUOW: 'Grieving process': Washington's Bernie supporters feeling burned

KUOW: The Clinton-Sanders divide in 2 soundbites from Washingtonians

NPR: READ: Michelle Obama's Speech At 2016 Democratic National Convention

NPR: Sanders Closes A Night Of Disunity By Encouraging Support For Clinton

Follow our @KUOW reporters on the ground, David Hyde (@hyded) and Kate Walters (@KateOCSeattle).

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