Democrats chide Sanders after Nevada mutiny

Democratic U.S. presidential candidates Clinton and Sanders speak simultaneously during a Democratic debate in New YorkBy Doina Chiacu and Ginger Gibson WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Infighting dogged the Democrats on Wednesday as Bernie Sanders’ campaign accused party leaders of bias against him and many Democrats urged Sanders to keep his supporters in check. The tensions after a chaotic weekend convention in Nevada emerged as Republicans begin to rally around their own outsider presidential candidate, billionaire businessman Donald Trump, in the general election. Trump, who has all but secured his party’s nomination, has turned his focus to November, outlining to Reuters on Tuesday proposals including scrapping financial regulation and the Paris climate accords.

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