Right After Endorsing Clinton, Obama Meets With Official Deciding Her Fate

Cheryl Sanders
June 15, 2016

Sen. Elizabeth Warren, whose populist messages about income inequality and the abuses of Wall Street earn her great admiration among liberals, endorsed Hillary Clinton for president Thursday, citing the former secretary of State's experience in government as a key asset to Democrats this fall.

At a Planned Parenthood Action Fund membership event in Washington, D.C., on Friday, Hillary Clinton sketched out an unapologetic vision of the future of reproductive rights under her presidential leadership.

"Look, I know how hard this job can be".

Right After Endorsing Clinton, Obama Meets With Official Deciding Her Fate

Presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders met with Obama on Thursday - days after many news outlets named Clinton the party's presumptive nominee.

In the three-minute endorsement video shared on the Facebook page of Hillary Clinton, Obama urged all Democrats to join behind Hillary Clinton and together campaign for her victory.

"So, for those voters who are focused on the economy, we have got a pretty strong case to make about the wisdom of the decisions made by President Obama and the commitment by Secretary Clinton to those principles", Earnest said.

Even though she remained on the sidelines, Warren has emerged as a fierce attack dog against presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump, calling him a "nasty, think skinned fraud" just Thursday. Sanders said he spoke to Clinton Tuesday night when she declared herself the nominee.

And while the Vermont senator did not say so explicitly, he implied to Reid that he would begin that process after the final primary next week and not take his campaign to the convention floor, according to an aide briefed on the meeting who requested anonymity to discuss a private conversation.

Trump responded by Twitter saying "Obama just endorsed Crooked Hillary".

Obama and Clinton will campaign in Green Bay, Wisconsin Wednesday. "But I do not anticipate voting for her this fall". The latest CBS News/New York Times poll had him at 50 percent approval, compared with 43 percent disapproval one year ago, the numbers were practically flipped.

Despite Sanders' crushing losses in the delegate-heavy California and New Jersey contests, the senator's camp has given no indication that it plans to call it quits.

"It was likely Sanders' last campaign rally". "He's not gonna change when it comes to taking on the enemy... he's gonna be a president who will bring determination to defeat an enemy", he said.

Although Warren has been Clinton's best voice against Trump - a critical role for a vice presidential candidate - it's unclear how well the two women actually get along, Gillespie points out.

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