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'Disown them:' Biden criticizes Sanders for supporters' online attacks

Reuters Sunday, 16 February 2020
Former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden on Saturday criticized the conduct of online supporters of Senator Bernie Sanders, saying his rival for the Democratic nomination for president has "some accountability."
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Bernie Sanders's supporters are known to be very vocal and aggressive on Twitter. They've been accused of harassment and vicious personal attacks online. Now, Sanders is stepping in, begging supporters to stop their online harassment. On Thursday Sanders urged an end to online "bullying or ugly...

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