Thursday must be Hillary Clinton’s new favorite day.
After an early morning endorsement by President Obama – followed by a Twitter war that scored Clinton her most retweeted tweet ever–, the former Secretary scored to more major endorsements on Thursday.
First came a rather quick one by Vice-President Joe Biden.
It was more or less a formality for Obama and Biden to endorse Hillary, but there is one Democrat whose sign of support actually means a lot – Elizabeth Warren.
Warren is a progressive senator who is beloved among the left ranks of the Democrats. In fact, many Sanders supporters loved her before they even knew Bernie existed.
In the immediate aftermath of the endorsement, many Sanders fans turned against Warren – calling her a “sellout” among other things – but once things calm down, her support could help Clinton bring Bernie supporters into her camp.
In fact, both Clinton and Warren are openly floating the idea of a two-women ticket with the Massachusetts Democrat as Clinton’s running mate.
While this is – and probably will remain to be – only speculation, Warren already joined Clinton in one important issue – her Twitter war against Donald Trump.