Its official, after a long bitter sweet Democratic primary, Bernie Sanders endorsed Hillary Clinton for US presidency.
In New Hampshire campaign rally of Clinton, Sanders address his backing plan for Clinton and state that the latter won the heart of Democrats to represent in the upcoming US Presidential elections in November.
“Secretary Clinton has won the Democratic nominating process, and I congratulate her for that,” Sanders said to a huge crowd of Democrats supporters. “She will be the Democratic nominee for president and I intend to do everything I can to make certain she will be the next president of the United States.”
After Sanders’ giving way for Hillary, the Democratic Party is now focus to “dump” the Presumptive Republican Nominee and business magnate Donald Trump, especially in swing states including Ohio, Florida, and Pennsylvania as well as the progressive grassroots sectors.
The party also preparing to gather all the supporters of two Democrats royalty in order to ensure solid support system for the incoming elections, in fact, the Clinton camp sent an aide to win over Sanders’ networks.
The endorsement of Sanders for Clinton is a long time coming. While the two appeared in the Democratic primary to share many of the same broader goals, they disagreed, often specifically, on policy details of salient programs such as healthcare-for-all and college tuition matrix.
Sanders contested the primary to the bitter end in Washington DC, despite having little chance of winning after a series of defeats in March.
The endorsement positively welcome by Hillary Clinton herself and took the stage to thanks the Vermont senator.
“These aren’t just my fights, these are Bernie’s fights,” Clinton told the audience after Sanders’ speech. “He has energized and inspired a generation of young people who care deeply about our country and are building a movement that is bigger than one candidate and one campaign.”
The endorsement definitely didn’t mend some supporters of Vermont senator, as of now some lingering sentiments has been there against Clinton and the Democratic Party over the alleged election fraud.
Some Sanders’ supporters said there Party Presidential bet lost by about 3 million votes, a lot of the supporters took the social media to distrust Clinton and express their anger over Sen. Sanders’ endorsement.
According to new Pew poll, Clinton supported by about 85% of Sanders’ supporters compared to her faction with 69% when she backed then- Senator Obama, eight years ago.
The US presidential elections are now clearly between Trump and Clinton, who both have something to say to each other with their political gatherings throughout the country.
Only Americans can decide who will replace and took the highest post of Outgoing President Barack Obama.