TOPSHOT - US President Barack Obama (R) walks with Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders through the Colonnade for a meeting in the Oval Office on June 9, 2016 at the White House in Washington, DC. / AFP / MANDEL NGAN
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Sanders was expected to return to Washington for Tuesday's primary in the District of Columbia, the final one on the nomination calendar.Sanders hasn't said he would quit the race, but after meeting with Obama, he made clear he would do everything he could to stop presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump from winning the White House.People in Burlington are familiar with Sanders and the message of social justice that he has promoted since before he was elected mayor in 1981 .
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