Bernie Sanders is officially with her!
Bernie is no longer a candidate for President because he officially endorsed his political rival and fellow Democrat Hillary Clinton for the job on July 12, 2016.
"I have come here to make it as clear as possible why I am endorsing Hillary Clinton and why she must become our next president," Bernie said at a joint rally in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. "Secretary Clinton has won the Democratic nomination and I congratulate her for that."
Hillary will get the official nomination at the Democratic Convention -- which takes place on July 25th through July 28th in Philadelphia -- but celebs are already excited about it. Wonderwall.com is taking a look at some of the stars who reacted to Bernie's big announcement.
Mia Farrow was so excited that she tweeted out Bernie's speech with some clapping emojis.
Debra Messing now feels the party is "unified."
Josh Gad used the opportunity to make a "Game of Thrones" connection.
Sharon Stone was happy with Bernie's announcement, as was Rosie Perez.
Beth Behrs and Minnie Driver echoed the same sentiment of "stronger together."
But not everyone was on board for the united front. Charles Baker felt the Bern a little too much.
And while many Bernie supporters are sad to see their choice for President not make it to the end, Bernie did address the support.
"Let me begin by thanking the 13 million Americans who voted for me during the Democratic primaries," he said. "Our campaign won the primaries and caucuses in 22 states, and when the roll call at the Democratic National Convention is announced, it will show that we won almost 1,900 delegates."
Meanwhile, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump tried his best to appeal to the Bernie fans to get them on his side.
But with happy images of Hillary and Bernie looking like an unstoppable duo at today's rally, there's still a chance that Bernie will make it to the White House if he makes Hillary's choice for Vice President.
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