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20 March 2020 - Tulsi Gabbard ends her 2020 campaign

Publié par Marion Coste le 20/03/2020

Tulsi Gabbard ends 2020 campaign and endorses Joe Biden

Jessica Estepa, Gregory Krieg and Dan Merica (CNN19/03/2020)

Hawaii Rep. Tulsi Gabbard on Thursday ended her presidential campaign and endorsed former Vice President Joe Biden.

"I know Vice President Biden and his wife and am grateful to have called his son Beau, who also served in the National Guard, a friend," Gabbard said in a statement. "Although I may not agree with the Vice President on every issue, I know that he has a good heart and is motivated by his love for our country and the American people."

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Tulsi Gabbard makes 2020 endorsement, drops out of 2020 race

(The Hill, 19/03/2020)

Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-Hawaii) dropped out of the 2020 presidential contest Thursday, endorsing former Vice President Joe Biden in what is now officially a two-man primary with Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.).

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Biden’s Running Mate? Party Leaders Favor Female Ex-Rivals

Reid J. Epstein and Lisa Lerer (The New York Times, 19/03/2020)

With former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. now holding an all but insurmountable lead over Senator Bernie Sanders in the presidential primary contest, many Democrats have shifted their attention to a favorite quadrennial parlor game: the vice-presidential search.

Mr. Biden has shown his hand in a big and unusual way for a front-runner, saying he would pick a woman as a running mate. That has opened the path for Democratic officials to start picking favorites — from a socially safe distance.

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Elizabeth Warren still won't endorse anyone for president: 'I've been focused on this crisis'

Jeanine Santucci (USA Today, 19/03/2020)

Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren again declined to say whether she'll make an endorsement of either Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders or former Vice President Joe Biden for president on Thursday, two weeks after she left the race.

Warren, whose left-leaning policy platforms put her in the progressive wing of the rest of the Democratic candidates in 2020, said Thursday that she wants to give Sanders "space" and that she's been focusing on her role as a senator during the current coronavirus crisis.

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