Who said it — A disgruntled Bernie Sanders supporter or Donald Trump?

Sanders supporter: Clinton is not relatable

With Hillary Clinton making history Tuesday by becoming the first woman to be nominated for president by a major political party, Bernie Sanders supporters are having trouble coming to grips with reality, while Donald Trump is sharpening his attacks on the presumptive Democratic nominee.

Which begs the question: At this point, can we even tell the difference between disgruntled Sanders' supporters and Trump's rhetoric?

Let's see if you can figure it out.

Who Said It — A Disgruntled Bernie Sanders Supporter or Donald Trump?
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Who Said It — A Disgruntled Bernie Sanders Supporter or Donald Trump?
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Who Said It — A Disgruntled Bernie Sanders Supporter or Donald Trump?
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Who Said It — A Disgruntled Bernie Sanders Supporter or Donald Trump?
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Who Said It — A Disgruntled Bernie Sanders Supporter or Donald Trump?
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Who Said It — A Disgruntled Bernie Sanders Supporter or Donald Trump?
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Who Said It — A Disgruntled Bernie Sanders Supporter or Donald Trump?
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Who Said It — A Disgruntled Bernie Sanders Supporter or Donald Trump?
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Who Said It — A Disgruntled Bernie Sanders Supporter or Donald Trump?
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Who Said It — A Disgruntled Bernie Sanders Supporter or Donald Trump?
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Who Said It — A Disgruntled Bernie Sanders Supporter or Donald Trump?
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Who Said It — A Disgruntled Bernie Sanders Supporter or Donald Trump?
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Who Said It — A Disgruntled Bernie Sanders Supporter or Donald Trump?
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Who Said It — A Disgruntled Bernie Sanders Supporter or Donald Trump?
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Perhaps Trump is hip to the similarities, because on Tuesday he invited Sanders' supporters to join the #TrumpTrain:

"For all of those Bernie Sanders voters who will be left out in the cold by a rigged system of superdelegates, we welcome you with open arms."

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