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Hillary Clinton Declares who She’s Voting For After Trump/Biden Debate

Former Democratic contender Hillary Clinton has endorsed President Biden’s candidacy as the Democratic Party is in disarray after his “nightmare” performance during Thursday’s presidential debate.

“The choice in this election remains very simple. It’s a choice between someone who cares about you—your rights, your prospects, your future—versus someone who’s only in it for himself. I’ll be voting Biden.” Clinton wrote in a post to X.

In an attempt to strengthen the current president’s candidacy, the post took aim at former President Trump and included a link to the Biden-Harris campaign website.

Before the debate, Clinton told Biden in a New York Times op-ed that it would be a “waste of time” to refute Trump’s claims.

She similarly criticized the previous president’s record in the article, which was released on Tuesday, in order to support Biden’s candidacy for a second term.

In a similar vein, Vice President Harris, who stood in for Biden on CNN after the debate, implored voters not to define Biden’s administration by his ninety-minute debate.

“It was a slow start; that’s obvious to everyone. I’m not going to debate that point. I’m talking about the choice in November,” Harris said during a post-debate CNN appearance.

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