With not a minute to lose, Senator Bernie Sanders has come out with a new book, titled Our Revolution, and he's using it to stump on the anti-Trump post-election trail, bringing his progressive agenda back to a loyal fan base harrowed by the 2016 Presidential election.

At a sold-out event in Boston's Berklee Performance Center Sunday night, Sanders rallied cheering fans by opposing Trump's plans to deport undocumented immigrants and to pull the U.S. out of the Paris Agreement on climate change. He challenged voters to stand in opposition to President-elect Trump's "reactionary agenda" from Day One,  and he chided them gently for their misery over the 2016 election results.

"Do not accept anybody telling you they've 'given up', or they're tired, throwing up their hands.....you do not have the right to be in despair, because the struggle that we're fighting right now is not just for your lives. It is your children's lives. It is future children's lives. Despair is not an option," the Senator declared. 

Sanders was recently named along with Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren to the Democratic leadership team headed by minority leader Charles Schumer (D-NY). He said he's already devoting resources to tabulate all of the promises made by Donald Trump while campaigning. While Sanders feels he can work with Trump on things like infrastructure spending and protecting Social Security, he said he expects to spend more time holding the incoming President accountable for false promises.

"Will he have the guts to keep his word? We'll see. We have....every campaign promise he made: how he's going to re-establish Glass-Steagall, how he's going to raise the minimum wage,"  Sanders said. "Well, Mr. Trump, we've got it down in print. We will hold you accountable and every American is going to know every lie that you told."