Even as major portions of the Democratic Party coalesce around former vice president Joe Biden, the wounds from 2016 are still obvious each time there’s a primary or caucus: It’s supporters of Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) vs. the establishment.

If a bona fide member of the party establishment wins the presidential nomination, how is that going to exacerbate the Democratic Party’s divisions?

We can’t answer that question yet — Biden hasn’t won the nomination, although he continues to do what he needs to, especially by winning Michigan on Tuesday, a state critical to Democrats’ path to unseating President Trump in November.

Something tells us that ego-maniac Sanders will never let go of the dream he was never qualified for in the first place.