Hillary Clinton to Endorse Joe Biden for President


Hillary Clinton endorsed former Vice President Joe Biden's presidential campaign Tuesday during a virtual town hall, touting his ability to do something she unsuccessfully tried to do in 2016 - defeating Donald Trump.

In 2016, Clinton was chosen as the democratic nominee, making her the first woman to lead a major party during a presidential election.

Clinton joined the presumptive Democratic nominee for a virtual town hall to discuss the impact of the coronavirus on women.

"Just think of what a difference it would make right now if we had a president who not only listened to the science, put facts over fiction, but brought us together, showed the kind of compassion and caring that we need from our president, and which Joe Biden has been exemplifying throughout his entire life", Clinton said.

In her remarks Clinton asked the country to imagine having "a real president, not just somebody who plays one on TV".

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Clinton's husband, former President Bill Clinton, has yet to endorse Biden. Biden's nearest alignment with Hillary Clinton came during Obama's first term, when Biden was vice president and Clinton was secretary of state.

Clinton, a onetime US secretary of state, former senator from NY and wife of past President Bill Clinton, lost the 2016 presidential race against Trump in an election that is still the source of anger and consternation among many liberals who expected to elect the first female president but also wrestled with whether they chose the right candidate. Biden considered running against Clinton in 2016, but decided against it in the wake of his son's death from cancer.

Those endorsements could rally the party's left-progressive ranks around Biden, the centrist establishment candidate.

The endorsement, which is expected at an afternoon Biden campaign women's town hall event taking place online, is no surprise. Bernie Sanders, will energize voters from the various party factions to claim a victory for Democrats in the November 3 election.