Biden told NPR’s Rachel Martin in a sit-down interview that he has talked to Sanders and that he will endorse Clinton, though no word of when this endorsement will come.
“Oh, I’ve talked to Bernie, Bernie’s going to endorse her, this is going to work out,” Biden told Martin in an interview set to air this weekend. “The Democrats are coalescing even before this occurs.”
Sanders, who lost the delegate race in the Democratic primaries to Clinton, has continued to campaign, telling supporters last week that he would continue his “political revolution.” He did say, however, that he would vote for Clinton in November, but hadn’t endorsed her for president because he “hadn’t heard her say the things I need to hear said.”
- Here’s How Effective the Original Vaccines Are Against Omicron
- The Promise—And Possible Perils—of Editing What We Say Online
- How Trump Survived Decades of Legal Trouble: Deny, Deflect, Delay, and Don't Put Anything in Writing
- Flint Is Still Shaken by its Water Crisis—and Residents Are Experiencing Long-Term Mental-Health Issues
- A Beer Shortage Is Brewing. A Volcano Is Partly to Blame
- How Fasting Can—and Can't—Improve Gut Health
- Cities Keep Enforcing Curfews for Teens, Despite Evidence They Don't Stop Crime
- Joe Manchin’s Red Tape Reform Could Supercharge Renewable Energy in the U.S.
- Column: We Should Talk More About What a Brilliant Actor Marilyn Monroe Was