Bernie Sanders Finally Endorses Hillary Clinton for President

The former rivals said that they are united with a shared goal of defeating Donald Trump

Bernie Sanders said weeks ago he would vote for Hillary Clinton in the November presidential election, but it wasn't until Tuesday that he said the magic "E" word-endorsing.

Trump has also been taunting Sanders on Twitter, suggesting that he has sold out his supporters. The president of Drake Democrats was a precinct captain for the liberal Senator. "I am dedicated to doing everything I can to make certain she will be the next President of the United States", he told the crowd of supporters.

Mr Sanders hopes to have a large influence on the Democratic platform.

Trump shot back with several more tweets slamming Sanders for his endorsement of Hillary Clinton and inviting the Vermont senator's supporters to back the Trump campaign.

"Would you be interested in being her vice president?"

With national polls showing Clinton leading Trump by only 3 percent, KCCI political analyst Dennis Goldford said the main threat to Clinton is Sanders supporters staying home.

The Clinton campaign is no stranger to Snapchat filters. That is what this campaign has been about.

But Sandoval said it really should not be a mystery - Sanders is the anti-establishment candidate and so is Trump.

Clinton said the election will be far more enjoyable now that she and Sanders are on the same side. Hillary Clinton, the presumptive Democratic nominee.

"I would do so without great enthusiasm because she is extremely tainted", Mager said. "These have been hard days for America", she said, adding that rebuilding bonds between communities and police will require contributions from everyone. This would create a government-run health insurance plan with the aim of providing more affordable care in areas where few insurance companies offer coverage, effectively adding a Medicare-like plan to Obamacare. I served with her in the U.S. Senate and know her as a fierce advocate for the rights of our children.

"The bottom line for us is about unity (and the Democratic) party working together this fall to defeat Donald Trump and the Republican Party", Henry said.

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