http://thehill.com/blogs/ballot-box...-dnc-email-leak-doesnt-change-his-support-for Sanders does deserve an apology, especially as he's taking the high road in all this. The DNC owes an apology because favoritism is wrong, impartiality is critical regardless of personal beliefs. Isn't that a hallmark of "professionalism" and "maturity" to keep a line and remain impartial as such? I'll freely admit I'm wrong if I am. Wouldn't the current situation give Sanders a potential huge opportunity to convince the SuperDelegates to change their minds? At 4:18 is where his answer to a question gets really interesting. Especially as he says "families making under $125000" (a Clinton article that cites Sanders' influence, worth the read) but not saying any top limit for single people (and a $125k ceiling seems a bit low considering how college costs 1120% more than in 1978), and nothing is said about interest rates not accruing during that 3 month moratorium so how does that really truly help the working families and middle class, and current solutions to problems are soft. Coworkers who've heard it all before are starting to want to take a chance on Trump for his lack of details. But regardless of such emails such as the one involving "peeps" discerning a "Belief in a God" and a purported difference between "a Jew and an atheist" to a "Southern Baptist" (and people think Trump's people bad with some of their comments??), shouldn't Sanders still be surprised that Clinton took in Debbie even more closely after Debbie stepped down over events he says he wasn't surprised about? Why isn't he upset more about playing favoritism, regardless of the need for unity? I understand the notion of moving forward, but he doesn't seem to acknowledge how he was treated. At 5:00, we finally get to the issue as Jill Stein was quick to bring it up, with Sanders chuckling before his response. I fear all he has done is to convince more people to vote third party (you know, like how he got elected) or risk a Trump presidency he seems to be against. And, right now, the news guy is right that Sanders and Trump agree that these trade deals have turned out to be bad. Sanders chuckles yet again. What's so funny? Trade IS the number one issue because all the working families and working class people have suffered and the charts and graphs showing stagnant wages and reduced opportunities pretty much speak more than enough. I can't wait for the debates, I hope both sides do a good job at convincing voters.