Sen. Bernie Sanders crashed the Florida delegates breakfast at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia Tuesday where he endorsed Hillary Clinton and hammered Republican nominee Donald Trump.
"This man has a unique feature that not all Republicans share by any means. And that is he is a demagogue, a bully," Sanders said.
Unity and coming together is the focus for the Democrats in Philly Tuesday, especially in light of Monday's calamity with party chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz heckled and booed because of leaked emails showing the party orchestrated primary elections in Clinton's favor.
Sanders delegate Ricky Ly from Orlando is ready to move on, somewhat.
"We are here to vote for Bernie, we have not voted yet and it seems like the convention has moved on without us," he said.
Miramar Mayor Wayne Messam insisted Democrats are united, at the same time appreciating the process.
"You will always have a small percentage of never Hillary individuals who will do whatever they can to disrupt that process and that is normal and quite frankly that is OK, that is why we live in this country that is a democracy," he said.
"On the one hand you have somebody who is a narcissist, totally absorbed in himself, and then you have someone who has dedicated her life to public service, that ought to be a contrast enough," Florida Sen. Bill Nelson said.