The air remained chilly between 2016 Democratic rivals Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders when the two were in Selma, Ala., on Sunday for a breakfast marking the 54th year since the march across the Edmund Pettus bridge.
Clinton and Sanders joined fellow Democrats Cory Booker and Sherrod Brown in addressing the Martin and Coretta King Unity Breakfast, where Clinton warned of a ‘full-fledged crisis in our democracy.’
Also present was civil rights icon Rev. Jesse Jackson, who told Yahoo! News earlier in the day that he believes President Donald Trump would probably have been on the side of the ‘storm troopers’ who beat protesters in what has become known as ‘Bloody Sunday.’