The Los Angeles Times
on Friday endorsed Hillary Clinton for the Democratic presidential nomination.
"Clinton, for all her faults — and they range from a penchant for secrecy to a willingness to modify her positions to suit the popular mood to a less-restrained view of the use of military force than we are entirely comfortable with — is vastly better prepared than Sanders for the presidency," The Times' editorial board writes.
"Even though he has proved a far more formidable challenger than we — or Clinton — expected, [Vermont Sen. Bernie] Sanders lacks the experience and broad understanding of domestic and (especially) foreign policy that the former secretary of state would bring to the presidency."
The Times adds: "Clinton would be the first woman elected president of the United States. That would be a joyous, long-awaited, landmark moment in American history after centuries of discrimination and second-class status for half the population."
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