A well-known Democrat is joining former Vice President Joe Biden. It was just made official and Americans are stunned. This announcement is making headlines across the country.
Earlier this week, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton announced that she would be “the surprise guest” for Joe Biden’s virtual town hall. CNN’s Sarah Mucha then tweeted that she’d reportedly be endorsing Biden.
The two-time failed presidential candidate followed through that day and endorsed the Democratic Party’s frontrunner — in spite of the sexual assault allegations currently haunting him and, by extension, his campaign.
“I want to add my voice to the many who have endorsed you to be our president,” said Clinton. “This is a moment where we need a leader, a president, like Joe Biden,” referring to the COVID-19 crisis.
But will this endorsement help or hurt Biden? Clinton has been rejected twice as a presidential candidate, and Biden is nothing more than a career politician. It is the duo of has-beens and surely others will be added soon.
Meanwhile, while Democrats attempt to resurrect Biden’s chances amidst controversy, President Donald Trump is leading this country through the COVID-19 crisis and to even brighter days ahead.
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