Ex-president Obama endorses Biden in Democratic bid for White House

Ex-president Obama endorses Biden in Democratic bid for White House

"There are very real, tangible areas where Democrats even fell short perhaps during the Obama administration that I think I would like for us to have a plan to improve", said the New York Congresswoman, who has also given her thoughts about who Biden's potential running-mate would be. But the New York Times, fresh off of covering Reade's allegations this past weekend, did not publish anything about Ocasio-Cortez's comments. "If you were the president right now, what would you say to the American people?" she asked Warren, who had evidently given this some thought.

The New York Democrat has always been a critic of the moderate former vice president, once saying that the two would be in different political parties if they were in another country, she softened her tone slightly as Biden began to run away with the nomination.

He went on to say, "I believe that it's irresponsible for anybody to say, 'Well, I disagree with Joe Biden - I disagree with Joe Biden! - and therefore I'm not going to be involved'".

The report comes after Senator Bernie Sanders and former President Barack Obama endorsed Biden earlier this week. "One thing we can do is improve the policies we have as a party to tell young people, to tell all sorts of people, 'We see you, and we have a plan for you".

Sen. Elizabeth Warren, a former Democratic presidential hopeful, has endorsed former Vice President Joe Biden in the race for the White House.

"My community especially has been so impacted, and it's, you know, for a lot of communities, this is an issue of life and death. Today, I'm proud to endorse @JoeBiden as President of the United States". When Sanders won the popular vote in three of the first four primary contests, the nomination seemed within his grasp, but his hopes were dashed after Joe Biden's victory in SC. "Lowering medicare to 60 by five years, is still more conservative than what Hillary Clinton proposed in 2016". Warren's formal backing doesn't carry the political heft it might have if she had endorsed Biden over Sanders weeks ago. "Experts, scientists, military officials who actually know how to run the government and care about doing a good job running the government, and know how to work with our allies, and who will always put the American people's interest about their own", Obama said. "What policies does she champion?" "I would love that woman to be progressive as a counterbalance politically".

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