WASHINGTON, D.C. (The Adobo Chronicles, Washington Bureau) – All the world knows that Barack Obama will not be endorsing or voting for a Republican candidate for president, but until now, he has not revealed nor given a clue on which of the two Democratic presidential candidates he would be endorsing: Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders.
Analysts naturally pick his former Secretary of State who, ironically, was also her top rival for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2008. But others are speculating that Obama might choose to endorse Sanders because of his popularity among both Decmorats and Independents.
Well, all speculation has come to an end.
Today — in a email sent directly to Democrats and supporters titled “My Vote For President” — Obama finally revealed his choice of candidate to succeed him in the Oval Office.
The Adobo Chonicles obtained a copy of the email sent by Obama to millions of Americans, and we are printing it here in full:
NEW YORK, New York (The Adobo Chronicles, Washington Bureau) – When Hillary Clinton told a radio show that she always carries a bottle of hot sauce in her bag, she was accused of “pandering” to the perceived tastes of black voters.
Her comment quickly trended on social media, and she needed to dispel the accusation.
“I wasn’t pandering to the black community. As a matter of fact, I was pandering to the Asian community. It’s Sriracha, for heaven’s sake,” she told The Adobo Chronicles.
NEW YORK, New York (The Adobo Chronicles, Washington Bureau) – After today’s contentious Democratic presidential debate in New York, Bernie Sanders is headed for The Vatican to seek the blessing of Pope Francis.
Sanders, who does not participate in any organized religion, is hoping that by seeking the Pope’s blessing, he will gain the support of American Catholics in this coming Tuesday’s primary in New York. In New York City alone, it is estimated that there are 2.6 Million practicing Catholics.
Sanders faces one of the more important primary contests in New York against Hillary Clinton, a Methodist.
Will Sanders’ strategy work?