If Warren has to play politics to be Clinton’s VP, so be it

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On June 9, two days after the California primary, Massachusetts senator and heralded progressive Elizabeth Warren endorsed Hillary Clinton for president.

Clinton – who won four of the six primaries on June 7, including California’s – appears likely to become the Democratic nominee for president, barring a criminal conviction for her email scandal or an unprecedented sea change in the leanings of some five hundred superdelegates.

Some Bernie Sanders supporters have been taking Warren to task on social media over her endorsement of Clinton, some calling her a “corporate whore” while others have said the endorsement shows that “everyone has their price.”

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