Senator of Massachusetts and a liberal icon, which remained neutral throughout the Democratic primaries, has formally endorsed Hillary Clinton in several interviews Thursday night.
"I'm ready," Warren told The Boston Globe. "I'm ready to jump in this fight and make Hillary Clinton the next President of the United States." Warren is another living icon of Democracy.
"I support Hillary Clinton because she's a fighter," Warren said.
She was one of the last strongholds for Clinton among Democrats in the Senate. The only democratic Senator who has endorsed a candidate in the race, Senator John Tester, who heads the Senate Democratic campaign Committee. (Oregon Senator Jeff Merkley has endorsed Senator Bernie Sanders.)
Warren said she was restrained in his statements, because the exchange of ideas during the Democratic primary was "important" for voters to see.
"I think most of it was really important to show, that's what it means to be a Democrat," she told MSNBC's Rachel Maddow. "We went out and asked a number of important issues, and we are convinced that the American people saw that we have the energy and its strategy".
The question that Sanders needs to do now that Clinton is looking for delegates needed for the nomination, Warren did not give specific advice, but said that the time has come to unite. "Hillary Clinton won because she's a fighter
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