John Kerry endorses Biden for President, says Trump has ‘broken’ country

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The former Secretary of state John Kerry announced on Thursday that he has the endorsement of the former Vice-President, Joe Biden, in his 2020 White house bid.

To lose Kerry, the Democratic presidential candidate in 2004, President George W. Bush, said in a tweet that he and Biden, the approval, because the former vice president can”, together the country and the world that Donald Trump is broken apart.”

“I’m not endorsing Joe because I’ve known him for so long, “tweeted Kerry. “But because I know him very well: he will be ready to put it back on the first day of the country and the world, together, that Donald Trump is broken apart.”


Kerry, who has been with Biden during their time in the Senate and in the Obama administration is probably the most high-to give profile Democrat endorsement former Vice-President. The nod comes as Biden once again has the lead in a number of national surveys.

The former Secretary of state Biden in Iowa is to join on Friday, as part of a week-long bus tour of the early voting. Kerry is Biden will go to New Hampshire, and said he plans to campaign for him in the coming weeks and months. Despite holding a sizable lead in the national polls, Biden trails far behind South Bend, Ind. Mayor Pete Buttigieg in the polls in both Iowa and New Hampshire.


While Kerry drew the support of Biden headlines, Buttigieg on Thursday the endorsement of a number of former Obama administration employees picked up, including by the former President of the body of the people, or the personal assistant, Reggie Love.

“Much of what is said about Pete echoes what critics have said about the presidential candidate Barack Obama – too young, too different, maybe another time – but I think, it’s never been a better time to fight for change than now,” said love, who served as Obama’s special assistant and aide-de-camp from 2007 to 2011, said in a statement.


Buttigieg caught also, with the approval of Linda Douglass, a former Chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers, Austan Goolsbee, and former communications director for the White House Office of Health Reform.


Obama himself has yet to endorse a candidate for the 2020 democratic nomination, however, Biden told Politico earlier this week that he is not concerned about getting the backing of his former boss.

“[E]ach know I’m close to him,” he said. “I don’t need an Obama endorsement.”

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