A "Feel the Bern" shirt at a vendor booth outside the Wells Fargo Center on Tuesday afternoon. Photo by Pankaj Khadka/BUNS
 New Mexico delegates came all out with support for Hillary Clinton on the final day of the Democratic National Convention. Photo by Pankaj Khadka/BUNS
 Aurora, 23, from New Hampshire handed out chalks to protesters and asked them to "write down their most important concern in this revolution" outside the Wells Fargo Center on Tuesday. Photo by Pankaj Khadka/BUNS
 Mattie Moore, a Missouri delegate, dons her American Flag inspired dress at the DNC. Photo by Pankaj Khadka/BUNS
 Megan Ritzi, 20, came to DNC from Texas to appeal for a better healthcare system. Ritzi, who lost her right leg in an accident, holds her prosthetic leg in protest outside the Wells Fargo Center. Photo by Pankaj Khadka/BUNS
 Wisconsin superdelegate Christine Bremer-Muggli adjusts her cheesehead on the convention floor. Photo by Pankaj Khadka/BUNS
 Bernie Sanders' supporters circle an anti-LGBTQ protestor and accuse him of hitting one of the protestors outside the Wells Fargo Center. Photo by Pankaj Khadka/BUNS
 Olgui Sommerfeldt, 27, a Wisconsin resident, holds a rainbow flag in front of LGBTQ protestors gathered outside the Wells Fargo Center at the 2016 Democratic National Convention on Tuesday. Photo by Pankaj Khadka
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 Bernie Sanders' supporters gather outside Wells Fargo Center to proest the nomination of Hillary Clinton at the Democratic National Convention on Tuesday. Photo by Pankaj Khadka/BUNS
 A Hillary delegate cheers inside the Wells Fargo Center. Photo by Pankaj Khadka/BUNS
 Rianne Philips, 29, came to the DNC from Austin to show her support for senator Bernie Sanders and protest against the "corrupt Democratic party," she said. Photo by Pankaj Khadka/BUNS
 Bernie Sanders' supporters gather outside Wells Fargo Center and listen to the roll call votes at the Democratic National Convention on Tuesday. Photo by Pankaj Khadka/BUNS
 Wisconsin delegates hold on to their popular cheeseheads during the opening prayer on the last day of DNC. Photo by Pankaj Khadka/BUNS
 Sophia A., 26, came to Philadelphia all the way from Santa Cruz, CA, to protest what she called "illegitimate nomination of Hillary Clinton" and demanded that she be disqualified. Photo by Pankaj Khadka/BUNS
 Hillary Delegate Lavon Bracy from Florida with her fancy hat at the Democratic National Convention. Photo by Pankaj Khadka/BUNS
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 South Carolina delegates Harold Mitchell, left, Gilda Cobb-Hunter and Charles Brave hold on to each other during a prayer on the final day of the Democratic National Convention. Photo by Pankaj Khadka/BUNS
 Dezzi Durazo, 24, came to Philadelphia from Los Angeles to protest against the Democratic Party and show her support for her candidate Bernie Sanders. Photo by Pankaj Khadka/BUNS
 Louisiana and Hillary delegate Tom Anderson whistles as Acting Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Donna Brazile walks on stage. Photo by Pankaj Khadka/BUNS
 Joel Bradshaw, a Bernie Sanders supporter from New York, waves the American flag at a protest in downtown Philadeplhia on Wednesday afternoon. Photo by Pankaj Khadka/BUNS
 Pat Kelly, 68, a Missouri delegate, holds his hat covered in Hillary Clinton buttons inside the Wells Fargo Center. Photo by Pankaj Khadka/BUNS
 Jade Eisenhat, 28, from York, PA, supports Bernie Sanders for his honesty and integrity, she said. Photo by Pankaj Khadka/BUNS
 A supporter of Green Party's nominee, Jill Stein, holds a banner with her name at a Bernie Sander's rally in downtown Philadelphia.
 Law enforcement officers stand between LGBTQ protestors and Bernie supporters during a protest in downtown Philadelphia. Photo by Pankaj Khadka/BUNS
 Much to the delight of a packed crowd inside Wells Fargo Arena, Vice President Joe Biden had strong words for Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, saying Trump has no plans and no clue what middle class meant, and that "no major party nominee in the history of this nation has ever known less or has been less prepared to deal with our national security."3
 Much to the delight of a packed crowd inside Wells Fargo Arena, Vice President Joe Biden had strong words for Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, saying Trump has no plans and no clue what middle class meant, and that "no major party nominee in the history of this nation has ever known less or has been less prepared to deal with our national security."
 The Bernie Army was loud and vocal during their protest against the nomination of Hillary Clinton as the Democratic presidential nominee at a gathering in downtown Philadelphia. Photo by Pankaj Khadka/BUNS
 A Colorado delegate was among the many audience members who were brought to tears by the words of Christine Leinonen, mother of Orlando shooting victim. Photo by Pankaj Khadka/BUNS
 The Bernie Army was loud and vocal during their protest against the nomination of Hillary Clinton as the Democratic presidential nominee at a gathering in downtown Philadelphia. Photo by Pankaj Khadka/BUNS
 Hollywood actors Susan Sarandon held a press conference inside the media tent at DNC on Wednesday to show support for Nina Turner, former Ohio state senator and a vocal Bernie Sanders supporter who said she was kicked off the DNC where she was supposed to introduce Bernie Sanders. Photo by Pankaj Khadka/BUNS
 Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg called Donald Trump a con and a "dangerous demagogue" and called on America to elect "a sane, competent person." Photo by Pankaj Khadka/BUNS
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 Louisiana delegates tear up while listening to Christine Leinonen, mother of Orlando shooting victim, at the Wells Fargo Center. Photo by Pankaj Khadka/BUNS
 President Bill Clinton takes stage to a deafening cheer on the second night of the DNC. Photo by Pankaj Khadka/BUNS
 Hollywood actors Susan Sarandon, right, Shailene Woodley, and Rosario Dawson, along with Danny Glover, held a press conference inside the media tent at DNC on Wednesday to show support for Nina Turner, former Ohio state senator and a vocal Bernie Sanders supporter who said she was kicked off the DNC where she was supposed to introduce Bernie Sanders. Photo by Pankaj Khadka/BUNS
 A Philadelphia police officer stands outside the media tent door after a heavy downpour on Thursday afternoon. Photo by Pankaj Khadka/BUNS
 A delegate takes a selfie of himself on the convention floor on Thursday night. Photo by Pankaj Khadka/BUNS
 Natalie Vowell, a delegate from Missouri, said she came dressed up to the final day of the 206 DNC to celebrate Bernie Sanders' inauguration and to protest against the nomination of Hillary Clinton. Photo by Pankaj Khadka/BUNS
 Mississippi delegate Kelly Jacobs flaunts her Hillary Reveal dress, which reveals an underlayer of the White House on the convention floor. Photo by Pankaj Khadka/BUNS
 Virginia Senator Tim Kaine, the vice-presidential nominee of the Democratic Party, during his speech. Photo by: Pankaj Khadka/BUNS
 President Barack Obama slammed Republican nominee Donald Trump and made a compelling case for Hillary Clinton to a deafening crowd inside the Wells Fargo Center on Wednesday. Photo by Pankaj Khadka/BUNS
 South Carolina delegates Ed Greenleaf and Kathryn Hensley take a selfie on the convention floor to make a memory of the night Hensley said she "had waited for a long time." Photo by Pankaj Khadka/BUNS
 President Barack Obama slammed Republican nominee Donald Trump and made a compelling case for Hillary Clinton to a deafening crowd inside the Wells Fargo Center on Wednesday. Photo by Pankaj Khadka/BUNS
 Virginia delegate Linwood Fisher listens intently to a speech on the last day of the DNC. Photo by Pankaj Khadka/BUNS
 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton made a surprise appearance at the end of President Barack Obama's speech, causing the crowd inside Wells Fargo Center to erupt on Wednesday night. Photo by Pankaj Khadka/BUNS
 Hillary Clinton became the first female to be nominated as a presidential candidate by a major political party on the final night of the Democratic National Convention, a feat she called "the biggest crack" in the glass ceiling. Photo by Pankaj Khadka/BUNS
 Hillary Clinton became the first female to be nominated as a presidential candidate by a major political party on the final night of the Democratic National Convention, a feat she called "the biggest crack" in the glass ceiling. Photo by Pankaj Khadka/BUNS
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