Dwayne Wade leads a barrage of celebs including Kate Hudson and Dua Lipa to wish Happy Pride

Andy Cohen called on a cavalcade of celebs to help celebrate Pride month on Watch What Happens Live, including Dwayne Wade, Kate Hudson and Dua Lipa.

These celebs and many more shared heartfelt messages to celebrate Pride from home, due to the COVID-19 outbreak on Sunday nigh’ts WWHL (via WWHL YouTube).

They were joined by Hillary Clinton, Goldie Hawn, Tyra Banks, Denise Richards, Kristen Chenoweth, Kamala Harris, Laverne Cox, Lena Dunham, Billy Eichner ,Patti LuPone and many more celebs and ‘Bravolebrities.’

Pride statement: Andy Cohen called on a cavalcade of celebs to help celebrate Pride month on Watch What Happens Live, including Dwayne Wade, Kate Hudson and Dua Lipa

Wade, the former NBA star who’s 13-year-old came out as a transgender girl and changed her name to Zaya in February, had a heartfelt message for the LGBTQ community.

‘Happy Pride. I’m proud to be an ally, proud to be a father of, and proud to speak and bring attention to the LGBT+ community,’ Wade began. 

‘You guys are amazing, you guys rock, you guys deserve to have the spotlight shined on you, because y’all are better than we are,’ he added. 

LBGTQ dad: Wade, the former NBA star who's 13-year-old came out as a transgender girl and changed her name to Zaya in February, had a heartfelt message for the LGBTQ community

LBGTQ dad: Wade, the former NBA star who’s 13-year-old came out as a transgender girl and changed her name to Zaya in February, had a heartfelt message for the LGBTQ community

Better: 'You guys are amazing, you guys rock, you guys deserve to have the spotlight shined on you, because y'all are better than we are,' he added

Better: ‘You guys are amazing, you guys rock, you guys deserve to have the spotlight shined on you, because y’all are better than we are,’ he added

‘Y’all are amazing, y’all are great, and my daughter, every day, shows me that,’ he added.

‘So thank you guys for allowing my family to have a place where we can feel comfortable and safe, so my daughter feels comfortable and safe,’ he concluded. 

Dua Lipa chimed in with a video from her home, saying she was ‘sending so much love to the whole LGBTQ community.’

Amazing: 'Y'all are amazing, y'all are great, and my daughter, every day, shows me that,' he added

Amazing: ‘Y’all are amazing, y’all are great, and my daughter, every day, shows me that,’ he added

Love: Dua Lipa chimed in with a video from her home, saying she was 'sending so much love to the whole LGBTQ community'

Love: Dua Lipa chimed in with a video from her home, saying she was ‘sending so much love to the whole LGBTQ community’

‘Stay safe, look after each other, and as we know, tomorrow isn’t promised. We have to live our truth. I love you, Happy Pride my angels,’ she said, while blowing a kiss.

Kate Hudson wished everyone a Happy Pride, adding, ‘I absolutely adore this time and I just wanna send all my love to everybody out there celebrating.’

Kate’s own mother, Goldie Hawn, even sent a message, stating, ‘Hi it’s Goldie. Happy Pride. I love you. Let’s celebrate.’

Angels: 'Stay safe, look after each other, and as we know, tomorrow isn't promised. We have to live our truth. I love you, Happy Pride my angels,' she said, while blowing a kiss

Angels: ‘Stay safe, look after each other, and as we know, tomorrow isn’t promised. We have to live our truth. I love you, Happy Pride my angels,’ she said, while blowing a kiss

Adore: Kate Hudson wished everyone a Happy Pride, adding, 'I absolutely adore this time and I just wanna send all my love to everybody out there celebrating'

Adore: Kate Hudson wished everyone a Happy Pride, adding, ‘I absolutely adore this time and I just wanna send all my love to everybody out there celebrating’

Goldie: Kate's own mother, Goldie Hawn, even sent a message, stating, 'Hi it's Goldie. Happy Pride. I love you. Let's celebrate'

Goldie: Kate’s own mother, Goldie Hawn, even sent a message, stating, ‘Hi it’s Goldie. Happy Pride. I love you. Let’s celebrate’

Hillary Clinton also sent in a message, ‘wishing all of you a very happy Pride Day, Pride Month, Pride march and, really, a Pride life.’

Tyra Banks added, ‘Fierce is fierce is fierce is fierce and love is love is love is love, I love you all.’

Denise Richards sent in a video with her daughter Eloise, stating her family are ‘proud allies of the LGBTQ+ community’ wishing everyone ‘Happy Pride and Gay Rights!’ 

Hillary: Hillary Clinton also sent in a message, 'wishing all of you a very happy Pride Day, Pride Month, Pride march and, really, a Pride life'

Hillary: Hillary Clinton also sent in a message, ‘wishing all of you a very happy Pride Day, Pride Month, Pride march and, really, a Pride life’

Tyra: Tyra Banks added, 'Fierce is fierce is fierce is fierce and love is love is love is love, I love you all'

Tyra: Tyra Banks added, ‘Fierce is fierce is fierce is fierce and love is love is love is love, I love you all’

Denise: Denise Richards sent in a video with her daughter Eloise, stating her family are 'proud allies of the LGBTQ+ community' wishing everyone 'Happy Pride and Gay Rights!'

Denise: Denise Richards sent in a video with her daughter Eloise, stating her family are ‘proud allies of the LGBTQ+ community’ wishing everyone ‘Happy Pride and Gay Rights!’

Kristen Chenoweth wished fans a Happy Pride, and, ‘even though we can’t physically be together this year, we can still send virtual hugs.’

Patti Lupone added, ‘I’m proud of you, I love you, I support you, you be proud of yourself. You are warriors, and you will change the world and I will be right there supporting every single one of you, every minute.’

Laverne Cox added, ‘I love you so much, have a happy and save pride, hashtag Trans is beautiful.’

Happy Pride: Kristen Chenoweth wished fans a Happy Pride, and, 'even though we can't physically be together this year, we can still send virtual hugs'

Happy Pride: Kristen Chenoweth wished fans a Happy Pride, and, ‘even though we can’t physically be together this year, we can still send virtual hugs’

Patti: Patti Lupone added, 'I'm proud of you, I love you, I support you, you be proud of yourself. You are warriors, and you will change the world and I will be right there supporting every single one of you, every minute'

Patti: Patti Lupone added, ‘I’m proud of you, I love you, I support you, you be proud of yourself. You are warriors, and you will change the world and I will be right there supporting every single one of you, every minute’

Laverne: Laverne Cox added, 'I love you so much, have a happy and save pride, hashtag Trans is beautiful'

Laverne: Laverne Cox added, ‘I love you so much, have a happy and save pride, hashtag Trans is beautiful’

Laverne Cox and US Senator Kamala Harris discuss defunding the police on Watch What Happens Live

Laverne Cox and US Senator Kamala Harris shared their thoughts on defunding the police Thursday while guests on Watch What Happens Live.

The 48-year-old actress was asked by host Andy Cohen, 52, to share what she has found valuable in regards to whites addressing racism following the death of George Floyd.

‘What I’m seeing that I’m most excited about is more white folks having conversations with each other. …So that with love and empathy they are able to have the conversations, because Black folks we have been aware of the situation for a very long time. And so seeing white people have conversations with each other is important,’ Cox said.

Social reform: Laverne Cox said she welcomed the conversation about defunding the police on Thursday’s episode of Watch What Happens Live

She added that in addition to winning ‘hearts and minds’ that policy change also was required.

‘The fact that there is a national conversation about defunding the police, I think is remarkable. That people of all races are having that conversation is really exciting to me,’ Laverne said.

Cohen then asked former presidential nominee Harris, 55, to talk about the defunding the police movement after pointing out the misconception by some that it means abolishing police departments.

‘At its essence, Andy, it really, I believe, is about re-imagining public safety and how we achieve it. For far too long the status quo thinking has been to believe that by putting more police on the street you’re going to have more safety. And that’s just wrong, that’s not how it works,’ Harris said.

Former contender: 'At its essence, Andy, it really, I believe, is about re-imagining public safety and how we achieve it,' said US Senator Kamala Harris about the defund the police campaign

Former contender: ‘At its essence, Andy, it really, I believe, is about re-imagining public safety and how we achieve it,’ said US Senator Kamala Harris about the defund the police campaign

‘The fact is that if you go to upper middle-class suburban neighborhoods you will not see that police presence. You will not see that patrol car driving up and down the street stopping teenage boys. But what you will you see in those communities is you will see very well funded schools. You will see high rates of home ownership. You will see families that the parents have enough of an income from their jobs to not worry about putting food on the table by the end of the month,’ she added.

‘You will see people who have the ability to afford the health care they need and the mental health care they need. You will see small businesses in those communities that have access to capital. So we have to re-imagine how we achieve public safety and understand that healthy communities are safe communities,’ Harris she said.

Harris said the way to create ‘healthy communities’ was by investing in core community needs such as educational opportunities, jobs, home ownership and affordable housing.

Remote viewing: Andy Cohen hosted the show remotely from the Hamptons and welcomed Harris and Cox into the virtual Bravo clubhouse

Remote viewing: Andy Cohen hosted the show remotely from the Hamptons and welcomed Harris and Cox into the virtual Bravo clubhouse

‘Those are the things that create healthy communities that are by definition safe communities,’ concluded the junior Senator from California.

Cohen also noted that former presidential nominee Amy Klobuchar, 60, recently had withdrawn from being considered for vice president by Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, 77, while endorsing a woman of color for the position.

The host then asked Harris if she had spoken to Biden about becoming his running mate against Republican incumbent President Donald Trump, 74, and Vice President Mike Pence, 61, in the upcoming November general election.

Good question: The junior Senator from California was asked if Joe Biden has talked to her about becoming his vice president running mate

Good question: The junior Senator from California was asked if Joe Biden has talked to her about becoming his vice president running mate

‘In all candor and seriousness, this is truly what I mean. I want Joe Biden to win and I want him to pick whoever helps him win. I will do, in whatever capacity I’m in, everything in my power to help him win,’ Harris said.

Harris during a game segment called Kamala Share With Us revealed that she watches The Real Housewives Of Atlanta.

She earlier shared that her Housewives tagline would be, ‘I’ll give you my opinion, but my beliefs are never up for debate’.

Good one: Harris earlier shared that her Housewives tagline would be, 'I'll give you my opinion, but my beliefs are never up for debate'

Good one: Harris earlier shared that her Housewives tagline would be, ‘I’ll give you my opinion, but my beliefs are never up for debate’

Cox was on the Bravo talk show promoting her new Netflix documentary Disclosure in which leading transgender creatives and thinkers share their perspectives and analysis about Hollywood’s impact on the transgender community.

The actress rose to fame in 2013  with her role as Sophia Burset on the Netflix series Orange Is The New Black.

Harris and US Senator Cory Booker, 51, both Democrats, have sponsored the Justice In Policing Act of 2020 in the Republican-controlled Senate, while similar sweeping police reform legislation sponsored by Representative Karen Bass [D-California], 66, passed the US House Of Representatives on Thursday with a bipartisan vote of 236-181.

Netflix documentary: Cox was on the Bravo talk show promoting her new Netflix documentary Disclosure in which leading transgender creatives and thinkers share their perspectives and analysis about Hollywood's impact on the transgender community

Netflix documentary: Cox was on the Bravo talk show promoting her new Netflix documentary Disclosure in which leading transgender creatives and thinkers share their perspectives and analysis about Hollywood’s impact on the transgender community

Joe Biden crushes Bernie Sanders with crucial victory in Michigan

Joe Biden won the Michigan primary Tuesday night, dealing Bernie Sanders a crushing blow in the democratic socialist’s pursuit of the White House. 

All eyes had been on Michigan, which gave Sanders a surprise boost four years ago when he was in the Democratic primary against Hillary Clinton.  

Biden also won the Mississippi and Missouri Democratic primaries shortly after the polls closed in those two states Tuesday night.  

Overall, voters from six states voted as part of the ‘Super Tuesday 2’ primaries that could decide whether Sanders has a future in the Democratic primary race, as Biden has taken the delegate lead and amassed a number of high-profile Democratic endorsements – all in the span of 10 days.   

Former 2020 candidate Andrew Yang, now a commentator on CNN, endorsed Biden live on the cable network. 

‘I have such admiration and respect for Bernie, and what he means to so many Americans. I waited for the democratic process to play out and I believe it has. The math isn’t there,’ says Yang whose campaign trademark was MATH hat – ‘Make America Think Harder.’ 

‘We should come together as a party starting tonight,’ Yang added. 

Rep. Jim Clyburn, who played a pivotal role in Biden’s South Carolina win, went even further and suggested the Democratic primary be shut down after Tuesday night if Biden wins all six states. 

‘I think when the night is over, Joe Biden will be the prohibitive favorite to win the Democratic nomination, and quite frankly, if the night ends the way it has begun, I think it is time for us to shut this primary down, it is time for us to cancel the rest of these debates – because you don’t do anything but get yourself in trouble if you continue in this contest when it’s obvious that the numbers will not shake out for you, Clyburn said on NPR Tuesday. 

A strong showing on what’s been dubbed Super Tuesday 2 could cement Joe Biden’s delegate lead and keep his momentum going after his impressive South Carolina win and Super Tuesday showing  

Joe Biden had a commanding lead in Michigan when it was called for the former vice president

Joe Biden had a commanding lead in Michigan when it was called for the former vice president 

Bernie Sanders is hoping for good news out of any of the six states to keep his campaign for the Democratic nomination alive. Four years ago Michigan gave his campaign a boost

Bernie Sanders is hoping for good news out of any of the six states to keep his campaign for the Democratic nomination alive. Four years ago Michigan gave his campaign a boost 

Six states voted as part of Super Tuesday 2: Washington, Idaho, North Dakota, Missouri, Michigan and Mississippi

Six states voted as part of Super Tuesday 2: Washington, Idaho, North Dakota, Missouri, Michigan and Mississippi  

Bernie Sanders did campaign Tuesday during the day, visiting a polling location at Warren E. Bow Elementary School in Detroit, Michigan

Bernie Sanders did campaign Tuesday during the day, visiting a polling location at Warren E. Bow Elementary School in Detroit, Michigan 

Mississippi was the first state called for Joe Biden when results began pouring in from the six Super Tuesday 2 states

Mississippi was the first state called for Joe Biden when results began pouring in from the six Super Tuesday 2 states

Missouri results came in next, with Joe Biden also adding that state to his column of wins

Missouri results came in next, with Joe Biden also adding that state to his column of wins  

Super Tuesday 2 marked the first day the 2020 presidential campaigns were truly impacted by the coronavirus scare. 

Several hours before polls closed, Sanders – and then Biden – announced they wouldn’t hold rallies Tuesday night due to coronavirus, putting pressure on President Trump to follow suit.

Instead, Trump announced an upcoming ‘Catholics for Trump’ event.   

Several hours later, CNN and the Democratic National Committee announced Sunday’s debate in Phoenix would no longer have a live audience – nor could press attend and watch from the spin room. 

Biden and Sanders are still set to appear. 

They were both due in Cleveland, Ohio Tuesday night – a traditional swing state where voters cast ballots a week from now. 

Biden will now address voters from Phidelphia, Pennsylvania where his campaign is headquartered.   

As the coronavirus outbreak grows – and with Sanders, Biden and Trump all in their 70s, a group that is in more danger of dying if they contract the virus – there had already been chatter in Washington if campaign events should go on. 

Beyond just his loss in Michigan, for Sanders staying off the campaign trail could be disastous, as the Vermont senator uses rally attendance to make the point that he’s a stronger candidate to go up against Trump than Biden, who attracts far fewer supporters in the flesh.   

Trump, too, could see his re-election chances dwindle if he’s kept off the campaign trail for long.   

Word of Sanders’ cancellation came first. 

‘Out of concern for public health and safety, we are canceling tonight’s rally in Cleveland,’ a Sanders spokesperson said. ‘We are heeding the public warnings from Ohio state officials, who have communicated concern about holding large, indoor events during the coronavirus outbreak.’ 

The spokesperson added that ‘All future Bernie 2020 events will be evaluated on a case by case basis.’ 

The Daily Beast then reported that Biden’s Ohio event was also off.  

‘In accordance with guidance from public officials and out of an abundance of caution, our rally in Cleveland, Ohio tonight is cancelled. We will continue to consult with public health officials and public health guidance and make announcements about future events in the coming days,’ said Kate Bedingfield, Biden’s deputy campaign manager, confirming the news to reporters. 

The coronavirus cancellations come as Sanders was trying to grab some of the momentum back from Biden who’s now the delegate leader in the Democratic primary race.      

In 10 days’ time, Biden has turned around his entire campaign – winning South Carolina, beating Sanders in 10 of 14 states on ‘Super Tuesday‘ and getting a flurry of endorsements – including from ex-rivals Michael Bloomberg, Kamala Harris and Cory Booker.  

With Biden cementing his frontrunner status, Sanders needed Michigan – or maybe Washington – to change the narrative.  

But exit polls were not encouraging for Sanders when voters in Michigan were asked who they trusted to handle a national crisis. Fifty-one per cent said Biden, while 32 per cent said Sanders. In Missouri the numbers were even worse wtih 61 per cent saying Biden and 27 per cent pointing to Sanders, according to CBS News

In Washington state, 46 per cent chose Biden, while 27 per cent said Sanders.      

In 2016, Sanders was down by an average of 21.4 points to Hillary Clinton in Michigan polls when his surprise win – by just 1.4 per cent – poured new energy into his campaign. 

But polls, again, showed bad news for Sanders, with the Real Clear Politics polling average having him 22.4 points down. 

And Sanders loss wasn’t due to lack of trying, as he spent the last few days campaigning aggressively in the state.  

On Friday, he held a Detroit rally with Rep. Rashida Tlaib, who represents the city in Congress and is one of the four members of the so-called Democratic ‘squad.’ 

On Saturday, he held a town hall on ‘racial and economic justice’ in Flint, Michigan, known for its water troubles. 

Joe Biden (center left) has amassed a number of big endorsements since his South Carolina primary win 10 days ago including those from Kamala Harris (left), Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (center right) and Cory Booker. Harris and Booker, both U.S. senators, already had dropped out of the presidential race

Joe Biden (center left) has amassed a number of big endorsements since his South Carolina primary win 10 days ago including those from Kamala Harris (left), Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (center right) and Cory Booker. Harris and Booker, both U.S. senators, already had dropped out of the presidential race 

Bernie Sanders (right), pointing a finger at Fox News Channel's Martha MacCallum (left) and Bret Baier (center), had been dedicating the last few days to campaigning in Michigan

Bernie Sanders (right), pointing a finger at Fox News Channel’s Martha MacCallum (left) and Bret Baier (center), had been dedicating the last few days to campaigning in Michigan

Bernie Sanders also held a coronavirus public health roundtable in Detroit, Michigan on Monday as he focused heavily on the state. It didn't pay off, however, with Biden winning

Bernie Sanders also held a coronavirus public health roundtable in Detroit, Michigan on Monday as he focused heavily on the state. It didn’t pay off, however, with Biden winning 

During his own time campaigning in Michigan, Joe Biden got in an argument with an auto worker at a Fiat Chrysler plant in Detroit

During his own time campaigning in Michigan, Joe Biden got in an argument with an auto worker at a Fiat Chrysler plant in Detroit  

On Sunday, he was joined on the campaign trail again by Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, another member of the ‘squad.’ They rallied together in Ann Arbor, the home of the University of Michigan. 

Then on Monday in Detroit, Sanders held a coronavirus town hall with public health experts, among other events. 

Talking to Chris Cuomo on CNN Monday night, Sanders predicted he could win the state again. He also argued that his large, loud crowd meant he would be best positioned to take on President Trump in the general election. 

‘Does anyone really believe, let me throw it out to you, you know this stuff, that a campain like Joe’s, which is frankly the same-old, same-old establishment politics, supported by the wealthy, and they got all the governors and senators supporting them, does anybody really think that that is going to be the campaign of excitement and energy that’s going to grow the base that we need to defeat Trump?’ Sanders mused. ‘I don’t think so.’   

But Democrats, in an almost unprecedented way, have gotten behind Biden.  

On Monday night, he held his own Detroit rally where he held hands with Harris and Booker – who made their endorsements official – and the state’s governor, the up-and-coming Gretchen Whitmer. 

But the rally wasn’t without drama, as a group of anti-NAFTA protesters heckled the vice president. 

He told his crowd the ‘Bernie Bros are here.’ 

Another larger group of pro-Green New Deal activists – a concept Sanders supports – – also showed up.  Politico reported that Biden’s senior adviser Symone Sanders, who was Bernie Sanders’ 2016 press secretary, got hit in the head with an iPad and knocked down. She wasn’t injured. 

Symone Sanders also wrestled a Vegan activist off the stage at Biden’s ‘Super Tuesday’ primary night event in Los Angeles, California last week. It wasn’t personal to Biden, as protesters from the same group interrupted an Elizabeth Warren event in Los Angeles the night before. 

Biden also got into a back-and-forth with Michigan voters Tuesday morning as he toured a Fiat Chrysler plant in Detroit. ‘You’re full of s*** man,’ Biden told a plant worker who accused him of ‘actively trying to end our Second Amendment right,’ according to video of the incident from CBS News. He told another worker to ‘shush’ as he explained his point.   

While not a lot of polling has been conducted in Washington, Sanders’ campaign could look for a final glimmer of good news there.  

He won’t have the same advantage he did in 2016, as Washington is holding a primary Tuesday instead of a caucus.   

Four years ago when Democrats caucused for their presidential pick, Sanders won overwhelmingly – 72.7 per cent to Clinton’s 27.1 per cent. 

Now in the state, Biden has had a slight lead in polls taken this month, while Sanders was leading in February surveys.  

Also, just like on Super Tuesday when Sanders eventually won the biggest delegate prize – California – the narrative for the night has already been set, with Biden taking three wins off the top.    

Additionally, Washington state also has mail-in balloting, which means results could be slow to come in. 

The big question on Super Tuesday 2 was where Warren’s voters would find a home.  

President Trump – trying to sow discord among the Democrats – blamed Warren for Sanders’ underwhelming Super Tuesday showing. 

‘Our modern day Pocahontas won’t go down in history as a winner, but she may very well go down as the all time great SPOILER!’ Trump tweeted Wednesday. 

The president suggested that while moderates like Amy Klobuchar and Pete Buttigieg, who dropped out and endorsed Biden before Super Tuesday, cleared the way for the former veep, Warren paid no such courtesy to Sanders, a fellow progressive.  

She never endorsed Sanders, not did she give a nod to Biden – though many of her supporters moved to the ex-vice president, the results show.   





Kamala Harris endorses Joe Biden for president

Kamala Harris endorsed Joe Biden on Sunday, becoming the 9th former presidential candidate to give him the nod of approval in his race against Bernie Sanders

‘I believe in Joe. I really believe in him and I have known him for a long time. One of the things that we need right now is we need a leader who really does care about the people and who can therefore unify the people. And I believe Joe can do that,’ the California senator said in a video announcing her endorsement.

She also noted she’ll be in Detroit Monday night to campaign for Biden ahead of Michigan’s primary on Tuesday. 

Harris delivered a near knock-out punch to Biden in the first Democratic primary debate in June of last year, after she told the story of a little girl who benefited from a federal school program and ended it by dramatically declaring: ‘That girl was me.’ 

Her campaign jumped in the polls and brought in millions but she wasn’t able to sustain that moment and dropped out in December. 

Despite the battle with Biden in that debate, the former vice president spoke favorably of her and even said he’d consider her as his running mate.  

Kamala Harris endorsed Joe Biden on Sunday for president

Kamala Harris said in her endorsement 'I believe in Joe'; the two are seen together on the debate stage in Detroit in July

Kamala Harris said in her endorsement ‘I believe in Joe’; the two are seen together on the debate stage in Detroit in July 

Joe Biden has raked in endorsements in his bid to beat Bernie Sanders

Joe Biden has raked in endorsements in his bid to beat Bernie Sanders

Former Presidential Candidates’ Endorsements

FOR JOE BIDEN 

Kamala Harris 

Amy Klobuchar 

Pete Buttigieg 

Michael Bloomberg

Beto O’Rourke

Deval Patrick

John Delaney

Tim Ryan

Seth Moulton

FOR BERNIE SANDERS 

Bill de Blasio

Marianne Williamson 

Harris’ endorsement came after Elizabeth Warren, the last viable female candidate, exited the presidential race.

She addressed her disappointment there would not be a female nominee but noted the party needed to rally behind a candidate who could defeat President Donald Trump.

‘Like many women, I watched with sadness as women exited the race one by one. Four years after our nominee, the first woman to win the nomination of a major party, received 3 million more votes than Donald Trump but still lost, we find ourselves without any woman on a path to be the Democratic nominee for president,’ she said in a statement.

‘This is something we must reckon with and it is something I will have more to say about in the future. But we must rise to unite the party and country behind a candidate who reflects the decency and dignity of the American people and who can ultimately defeat Donald Trump,’ she added.   

Biden has raked in the endorsements from his former rivals. Warren is notable exception. The Massachusetts senator has not said who she’ll support for president.

Harris delivered a near knock-out punch to Biden in the first Democratic primary debate, after she told the story of a little girl who benefited from a federal school program

Harris delivered a near knock-out punch to Biden in the first Democratic primary debate, after she told the story of a little girl who benefited from a federal school program

Warren could play a kingmaker role in the primary – her support of Biden could bring some of the liberal left to his side, which would hurt Sanders. But if she endorses Sanders, it could lock up the left wing of the party in a battle against the more moderate wing that favors Biden. 

‘Not today. I need some space around this, and I want to take a little time to think a little more,’ Warren said on Wednesday of last week, when she dropped out of the race and was asked who’d she endorse. 

‘We don’t have to decide that this minute,’ she noted.

And, in a cameo appearance on ‘Saturday Night Live,’ Warren joked she may do what The New York Times did and endorse two candidates. The paper endorsed her and Amy Klobuchar. 

In a cameo appearance on 'Saturday Night Live,' Elizabeth Warren joked she may do what The New York Times did and endorse two candidates

In a cameo appearance on ‘Saturday Night Live,’ Elizabeth Warren joked she may do what The New York Times did and endorse two candidates 

Amy Klobuchar appealed for Democrats to unit behind Joe Biden when she endorsed him last week

Amy Klobuchar appealed for Democrats to unit behind Joe Biden when she endorsed him last week

Pete Buttigieg endorsed Joe Biden's presidential campaign at Chicken Scratch in Dallas, praising Biden's leadership and ability to beat Donald Trump

Pete Buttigieg endorsed Joe Biden’s presidential campaign at Chicken Scratch in Dallas, praising Biden’s leadership and ability to beat Donald Trump

Beto O'Rourke and Biden visited a Whataburger in Dallas, Texas, after he endorsed the former Vice President

Beto O’Rourke and Biden visited a Whataburger in Dallas, Texas, after he endorsed the former Vice President

‘Maybe I’ll just pull a New York Times and endorse them both,’ Warren said. 

Klobuchar has endorsed Biden, as have Mike Bloomberg, Pete Buttigieg and Beto O’Rourke. 

The Minnesota senator – along with Buttigieg – exited the race before the Super Tuesday contests and endorsed the former vice president, a move which boosted him in those contests. Biden won the most states although Sanders took the biggest prize of the night – the state of California.

Klobuchar denied she was pressured to exit the Democratic primary to endorse Biden and said there is no conspiracy among moderate Democrats to stop Sanders‘ from becoming the nominee.   

The Minnesota senator told NBC’s ‘Today Show’ last week she left the contest because it was ‘the right thing to do.’

‘There literally was no push from anyone. It was a decision I made,’ she said.