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The former President Barack Obama on Friday waded into the burgeoning election campaign with the announcement of the formation of a Democratic National Committee “unity” Fund for the support of the party, the possible candidacy against President Trump in the year 2020.

In an E-Mail to Democrats, Obama, the donor requested, the money to contribute to the “democratic unity Fund”, launched on Friday.

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“The democratic unity Fund is a promise that whoever deserves our nomination, he or she will be a strong, United, and well organized DNC ready to spring in the moment of the election, starts a DNC, ready to lift us all to victory in November,” Obama wrote in the E-Mail.

The focus is on the democratic unity of the drama in the Democratic primaries in 2016, if Fans of Vermont sen. Bernie Sanders — who will run again in 2020 — accused the DNC of the party’s nomination to win Japanese in favor of Hillary Clinton.

More than 20 Democrats are seeking the party’s nomination for President in the year 2020. Obama is not an endorsement, although he is Biden’s vice president for eight years, Joe, is running.

Obama’s team released a statement praising Biden, after he in the race in the last month, but do not offer an explicit endorsement.

“President Obama has long said that the choice of Joe Biden as his running mate in 2008, was one of the best decisions he ever made,” Obama spokeswoman Katie Hill said in a statement Thursday morning. “He relied on the Vice-President for knowledge, insight, and judgment in both campaigns and the entire presidency. The two forged a special bond over the past 10 years and remain close today.”

Biden has claimed that he asked his former boss did not publicly support him.

“I’m not asked to endorse President Obama,” Biden said on Fox News in the last month, and added, “whoever wins this nomination it should win on their own merits.”

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