He told the crowd at Navy Pier they should not "allow Trump and his friends to divide us up".
"This time around, people really, truly understand his mission", Turner said, "but they don't know the why".
Booker also urged the audience of activists not to become complacent just because Democrats enjoyed successes in the 2018 midterm elections. "We've gotta keep our focus on how we're going to win in 2020".
"I'm sorry, I followed Pence's history on LGBTQ Americans, and I don't think that is a decent position", she said. What advice could she possibly offer?
Sanders is already striking a different chord as he seeks the Democratic nomination a second time.
As the crowd chanted "Bernie, Bernie, Bernie", the senator responded, "No, no, no, it is not 'Bernie.' It is you".
In the final swing of a political tour as he decides whether to enter the 2020 presidential race, Brown spent time this weekend in SC. Sherrod Brown of OH is spending time in SC, sharing his message of advocacy for higher wages and more robust health care. "Hillary has played a very important role in modern American politics", said Sanders. Two years before his death, Martin Luther King Jr. declared, "We are saying that something is wrong with capitalism ... there must be a better distribution of wealth in this country for all of God's children and maybe America must move toward democratic socialism".
Gloriana Xia, 22, a student at Columbia University by way of California stopped to buy a black and pink "Feel the Bern" t-shirt for $20 as she left the rally. He later went to Florence, where Mayor Stephen Wukela (woo-KEY-lah) said he would support Brown if he jumps into the race.
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The rally also featured speeches from Jane Sanders, the senator's wife and founder of theSanders Institute; Scott Slawson, president of UE Local 506, whose workersare now wagingthe largest manufacturing strike of the Trump era; Rev. Terry Alexander, a Democratic state representative from South Carolina; Ohio state Sen.
While still centered on the policy platform that drove his 2016 presidential run-including big-ticket agenda items like Medicare for All, free public college, a $15 federal minimum wage, and more-the opening rallies of Sanders' 2020 bid prominently featured elements of the senator's biography that supporters believe can provide a powerful contrast with President Donald Trump's lavish upbringing and bolster the campaign's populist message.
He said he was confident that he would not only defeat Mr Trump but would "transform this country and finally create an economy and a government which works for all of us, not just the one percent".
"Whether you like it or not, the United States will join every other major country on earth and guarantee healthcare to all people as a right", he said.
In Chicago, where he graduated from college in June 1964 less than a month before President Lyndon Johnson signed the Civil Rights Act, Sanders recalled his activism - and arrest a year earlier at a protest against school segregation on the city's South Side - more enthusiastically, but still paused at the conclusion to explain why he told the story.
Sens. Cory Booker of New Jersey and Sherrod Brown of OH are in SC, site of the South's first primary. Sen.
Sen. Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota is scheduled to attend the Gridiron Club dinner in Washington, an event where politicians traditionally poke fun at the press and other politicians. Sen. Sanders has begun to share a little more about his personal life with voters, and his speech in Chicago followed similar remarks in Brooklyn.