Feel the Bern: Bernie Sanders Packs the House in Dallas

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DALLAS - Donald Trump may be hogging all the headlines with his latest outlandish comments, this time questioning whether John McCain is a war hero.

But on the Democratic side there is another long-shot presidential candidate with a thick east coast accent whose been making waves

“The reason I’m here is I do know that (Texas) is controlled by Republicans,” said Senator Bernie Sanders. “I’m here with you to change that.”

Sanders, from Vermont, brought his anti-Wall Street message to a campaign rally in Dallas.

“There is something profoundly wrong when one family, the owners of Wal-Mart, own more wealth than the bottom 130 million Americans.

Sanders may be trailing Hillary Clinton by 40 points in the polls, but he has been drawing big crowds in recent weeks. Supporters in Big D filled the Sheraton ballroom and overflowed into the lobby.

“This great country and our government belong all of the people and not just a handful of billionaires,” he said to raucous applause.

There were plenty of folks in Dallas ready to 'feel the Bern.'