Bernie Sanders endorsed Hillary Clinton at a campaign rally in New Hampshire. (Screenshot via The Guardian)

Bernie Sanders may have broken the internet Tuesday morning when he spent more than 20 minutes endorsing Hillary Clinton for president. “Hillary Clinton will make an outstanding president, and I am proud to stand with her today,” he said.

Many Sanders fans were, to put it mildly, less than pleased at the news. A Sanders fan page on Facebook has been flooded with negative graphics and comments. Members of a Bernie or Bust group are at odds over what to do. And Truthdig’s own readers have already started to debate on our Facebook page and in our comments section.

We have rounded up a handful of reactions from some of Sanders’ top supporters.

Actress Susan Sarandon agrees with the optimism of Nina Turner, an Ohio state senator and avid Sanders supporter:

Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein, who had reached out to Sanders in an effort to join campaigns, expressed disappointment:

Meanwhile, former New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson, currently running as the Libertarian presidential candidate, tried to use Sanders’ endorsement to gain support for his party:

And while Donald Trump certainly had a lot to say on the matter, Sanders was quick to respond:

How do you feel now that Sanders has endorsed Clinton? Vote in our poll below, and be sure to share your thoughts with us in our comments section.

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