'I May Vote Trump': Pro-Bernie Protesters Furious After Hillary Hires DNC Chair
Fox News correspondent Leland Vittert reported moments ago from a protest outside the Democratic National Convention in Philly.
The crowd of Bernie Sanders supporters are furious after leaked Democratic National Committee emails revealed apparent efforts to undermine the socialist senator's bid to defeat Hillary Clinton.
The leaked emails - including one in which it was suggested that Sanders' Jewish faith should be highlighted - led to the imminent resignation of DNC chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz.
One woman at the rally, Eileen Cook from Traverse City, Michigan, said she made the long trip to express her anger over the "rigged" nomination process.
Cook said the leaked emails confirmed what she and many Sanders voters believed all along. She emphasized that Wasserman Schultz has already been promised a prominent role in Clinton's campaign.
"It shows that Hillary is involved in all of it, as is Obama," she said.
Vittert asked what Cook and other like-minded voters will do in November.
"I'm going to wait to see where I think my vote will most hurt Hillary. I might even vote Trump. I've been a Democrat all my life. I'm 60 years old and it'd be the first time I've ever cast a vote for a Republican, but if it'll keep Hillary out of office, I'll vote Trump," she explained.
Cook said, however, that most of the protesters are leaning toward choosing Jill Stein, the Green Party candidate. She highlighted that on Thursday, 13 million people are set to leave the Democratic Party in protest to Clinton's nomination.
Earlier today, Wasserman Schultz was booed off the stage and heckled at a breakfast for Florida delegates.
Watch the interview above.