QUEEN VILLAGE (WPVI) --We want you - our Action News viewers - to be a part of our DNC coverage.
Action News anchors Gray Hall and Nydia Han are hosting a debate and conversation at the Famous 4th Street Deli in Queen Village.
You never know who is going to stop by.
Tuesday morning, we were treated with a little political royalty when Kathleen Kennedy Townsend showed up. Her uncle was President John F. Kennedy. She shared her thoughts about the first group of speakers at the Democratic National Convention, including Bernie Sanders.
"I run and I won and I have run and I have lost. Losing is tough and your heart is hurt and it is hard to pass the baton to the winner. And he did it, he did it graciously, he did it gracefully, and he said this is more important than me, this is important for the country. And he said it so Americans and he said to the people in the audience," Kennedy Townsend said.
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She also talked about why she doesn't think Donald Trump would not be a good president.
"I think it would be very unstable, you can't trust what he would do in five minutes or ten minutes. He's gone through bankruptcy after bankruptcy; he's ripped people off and he's been sued many, many times. You can't trust his word," Kennedy Townsend said.
Kennedy Townsend is a Hillary Clinton supporter, but we also found some Bernie Sanders supporters still bitter about Clinton clinching the Democratic nomination and can't see themselves supporting Donald Trump.
"Actively, I don't support either, I am a leftist, a liberal. I think if I could pick any candidate I want to be president right now that has some viable shot, it would still be Bernie Sanders or Jill Stein as a third party option," Corey Regensburg of Queen Village said.
Stop by the Famous 4th Street Deli and have your voice heard!