Former First Lady of the United States and 2016 Presidential nominee Hillary Clinton said that Senator Bernie Sanders would not be the strongest nominee against Donald Trump from the Democratic party. Speaking in an interview for CNN’s Fareed Zakaria GPS show, which aired on Sunday, Hillary stopped herself just short of announcing the endorsement for former Vice President Joe Biden. She explained why she thinks Biden has a wide range of appeal when compared to Sanders, as the presidential nomination became a two-person race.
Speaking to Zakaria, she said - “I think what Joe’s victories on Super Tuesday showed is that he is building the kind of coalition that I had basically. It’s a broad-based coalition. I finished most of the work I needed to do for the nomination on Super Tuesday, and then it remained confident. I think Joe is on track in doing the same thing, putting a coalition of energized voters together.” Hillary Clinton has been critical of Sanders’s campaign right from the beginning. Clinton also added that she hoped that if Sanders doesn’t get the nomination, then he and his supporters would back Biden. “I think we would unify, that’s what we always did before, and that’s what I expect. I certainly tried to do that when I ran against Barack Obama and also worked very for him when he was the President,” said Hillary Clinton.
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