Elizabeth Warren Just Endorsed Hillary Clinton


In an interview with the Boston Globe this evening, Sen. Elizabeth Warren formally endorsed presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton:

“I’m ready,” said Warren in an interview with The Globe Thursday evening. “I’m ready to jump in this fight and make sure that Hillary Clinton is the next president of the United States and be sure that Donald Trump gets nowhere near the White House.”

Earlier in the evening, Warren gave an “I’m going to light you on fire and burn you to the ground” speech attacking Donald Trump at the American Constitution Society of Law and Policy.

The Massachusetts senator (who also happens to be the left’s secret internet girlfriend) is supposed to appear tonight on The Rachel Maddow Show (Maddow is also a secret internet girlfriend of the left) to talk about why she didn’t endorse the left’s secret internet boyfriend, Bernie Sanders. (The left gets around…in secret…on the internet.) I’ll update this with video when that happens.

UPDATE: Wow, that was a really powerful interview Warren just gave on The Rachel Maddow Show.

Here’s a clip from it. I’ll post the rest as soon as MSNBC posts it.

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