Warren "speaks in a very elegant way of how the economic system is corrupt", is committed to "reforming profoundly the government and the economy" and his plans "demonstrate a serious approach," explains the editorial board of the 'New York Times', explaining his choice. "At the Warren road to the nomination is difficult," but "there are many progressives hungry for change" which, however, does not want a person dividing like Bernie Sanders. The criticisms are aimed at the former vice-president Joe Biden: "it is time for him to pass the baton to a new generation of political leaders".
The board of the prestigious newspaper in the american expresses its appreciation to Pete Buttigieg, who may have a bright political future, and to Andrew Yang, who hopes to drop in politics in New York. Harsh words instead for Michael Bloomberg, whose election campaign shows how much the american system is not functioning". "The good news is - highlights the editorial board of the New York Times - which has emerged Amy Klobuchar" that, with its long experience in the Senate, and his credentials bipartisan could join the two souls of the democratic party and maybe even the country.
And your Amy Klobuchar says honored by the endorsement of the 'New York Times', that he has chosen it together with Elizabeth Warren. "An honor," tweet Klobuchar accompanied by the chirping of the newspaper with the announcement of his choice.
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