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Usa 2020: Kamala Harris endorses Joe Biden, Jackson for Sanders
Kamala Harris, senator of California, former candidate to the White House, endorses Joe Biden. For the former vice president this is an important blow in view of the vote in six states on the 10th of march. ""There is no one more prepared for Joe to bring back honor and decency in the Oval office," says Harris pledging to do everything in his power to help his election.

Harris, seen by many as a possible vice of Biden, is the latest in a long line of democrats to take the field in favor of Joe Biden. In the last week have made Michael Bloomberg, Pete Buttigieg, Amy Klobuchar, and Beto O'rourke. The waiting rooms now as the decision of Elizabeth Warren: the senator withdrew from the race to the White House and has taken time to decide who to support. For Harris to give his support to Biden is not, however, was an easy decision, as one of the most important moments of his campaign was the hard exchange with the former vice president during one of the early democratic debates.

In the last hours, however, the civil rights leader, the reverend Jesse Jackson, declared its support for Bernie Sanders in the race for the nomination of the democrats for the White House. "With the exception of native americans, african-americans are the category remained the most backward in the United States, both from a social point of view, both from an economic point of view. And who is back can't recover by choosing a moderate street. The road is a progressive, Bernie Sanders is the one that offers us the best chance," said Jackson.

Bernie Sanders, meanwhile, goes on the attack. "The establishment of democratic has forced Pete Buttigieg and Amy Klobuchar to retire from the race. The retreats of the former rivals, I have cost the Maine, Massachusetts, and Minnesota" to Supertuesday, says Sanders.

On the front of coronaviruses, however, is the american president Donald Trump to respond to those who asked him if if he feared the approach of contagion to the White House after the first case in Washington and the participant's positive result to the event of the Conservative Political Action Conference: "I absolutely don't worried". Trump then stated that its elections will go forward.

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