Group of Bernie Sanders supporters walks out of DNC

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PHILADELPHIA--  The outbursts during the Democratic National Convention continued on Tuesday as supporters of Sen. Bernie Sanders walked out of the arena in Philadelphia.

Following the role call vote, where Sanders himself motioned for Hillary Clinton to be the party's nominee, a group left the convention floor.

The Sanders supporters shouted, "This is what democracy looks like!" They held signs that read "Bernie beats Trump" and "Bernie is out only hope."

FOX 8 News captured some of them on video as we spoke with Sen. Sherrod Brown of Ohio.

Sanders had made attempts to unify the party in favor of Clinton by urging people to vote for her in November during his DNC speech Monday night. The divide comes after leaked emails appear to show party members considering how to undermine Sanders' success.

More on the Democratic National Convention here

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