Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts officially endorsed Joe Biden, the former Vice President for President on Wednesday morning. Elizabeth was also the Democratic presidential candidate of 2020, but she takes out his name from the nominee. She posted her endorsement on her official twitter account with a video message. She says in this time of worldwide crisis, it is more significant than ever that the upcoming president of the United States restores the faith of Americans in good as well as the ineffective government.
Furthermore, she adds that Biden spent his whole life in public service. He knows how to run the government with honor and competence, besides the heart will save innocent lives and save livelihoods. Democrats and U.S. nationals cannot afford the second term of Trump that will endanger the lives and livelihoods of common citizens of America. She adds that’s the reason she proudly endorses Joe Biden as the next U.S. president.
In this moment of crisis, it’s more important than ever that the next president restores Americans’ faith in good, effective government—and I’ve seen Joe Biden help our nation rebuild. Today, I’m proud to endorse @JoeBiden as President of the United States. pic.twitter.com/VrfBtJvFee
— Elizabeth Warren (@ewarren) April 15, 2020
Biden response to Warren’s endorsement
Joe Bidden touted the endorsement of Elizabeth Warren. He says that the U.S. nation is in a battle for the soul of the country, and he is proud to have the ferocious of troops such as Elizabeth Warren on his side. With the help of Senator, the Democratic party is going to beat Trump and will make a government that works equally for every citizen of America, not only for wealthy people, as Trump is doing so.
We are in a battle for the soul of this nation and I’m proud to have the fiercest of fighters, Senator @EWarren, on my side. With her help, we’re going to beat Donald Trump and create a government that works for everyone — not just the wealthy and well-connected. Let’s do this. https://t.co/X0G4AZta1S
— Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) April 15, 2020
Warren is one of the last top former rivals of Biden to show their support for him. The endorsement of Warren comes as the Democrats making efforts to unite the party and shift its primary focus to the November Elections against President Trump. Former President of the United States, Barack Obama, also endorsed Biden on Tuesday. Whereas, the endorsement of Warren comes two days after Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders officially shows his support for Biden. Sanders also requested his allies to support the Democratic presumptive nominee for the 2020 elections.
Speculation about Warren whether she backs Sanders or Biden?
At the time of ending the democratic presidential nominee campaign of Warren last month, there was powerful speculation everywhere, whether she stands behind Sanders or Biden. But over time, Biden continually grows his lead of delegates against Sanders. When reporters asked Warren whom she will potentially endorsement, she said that she tried to focus only on the COVID-19 pandemic as well as she wanted to give space to Sanders to decide what he wants to do next.
The Massachusetts senator mainly centered her Democratic presidential nominee campaign on fighting against corruption in Washington. Additionally, she released over seventy comprehensive policy plans to address a huge range of issues. But after her disappointing performance on Super Tuesday, Warren withdrew her name from the nominee of the presidential campaign in March.
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