Clinton Receives Key Endorsements In Democratic Party; Sanders Said He Looks Forward To Working With Clinton To Defeat Trump

Yesterday President Obama endorsed Hilary Clinton in a video aired on social media following an hour long meeting with Bernie Sanders in Washington that led to a Trump twitter rant and rebuke from Hilary Clinton, calling on the Republican presumptive nominee to delete his Twitter account.


This morning Trump rewetted a tweet from Fox News’s James Rosen stating that never before has a President endorsed someone under investigation by the State Department.

The Clinton campaign announced plans yesterday to have a joint appearance with President Obama next Wednesday during a campaign in Wisconsin.

Bernie Addresses Media

Bernie said in a Thursday press conference that he would still compete in the D.C. primary next Tuesday and admitted that he called Hilary Clinton to congratulate her following her Super Tuesday wins.

Sanders expressed a spirit of unity with Hilary Clinton and said that he looks forward to working with Clinton to defeat Trump and to build a more equitable government that represents all Americans.

“I look forward to meeting with her in the near future to see how we can work together to defeat Donald Trump and to create a government which represents all of us and not just the 1 percent” Sanders said.

Senator Elizabeth Warren endorsed Clinton on Thursday and criticized Donald Trump, calling him a “thin-skinned racist bully.”

Here is her video on MSNBC with Rachel Maddow.


Clinton also received an endorsement from Vice President Joseph Biden as Clinton attempts to unify the Democratic Party and build a stronger coalition in the Democratic Party to support her as the presidential nominee.

Written By: John Schweitzer



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