Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) isn't endorsing Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.). Or former Vice President Joe Biden. Or even Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-Hawaii).
No, now that the once-frontrunning 2020 candidate has dropped out of the race, she's keeping her thoughts to herself for a bit. When asked if she'd make an endorsement on Thursday, Warren said "I want to take some time to think a little more" before doing so, as she's been focused on "the question of suspending" and what that meant for her staff so far.
Sanders supporters have publicly assumed Warren would endorse her fellow progressive in the 2020 race, and even assumed her backers would've provided bigger wins for Sanders on Super Tuesday if she'd dropped out earlier. Warren did reportedly talk with Sanders before making her Thursday decision, but she also reportedly spoke with Biden, raising suspicions she could end up endorsing the former vice president. If she does choose between them, it'll only be after a serious policy discussion, The New York Times reported.
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