Sanders to endorse Clinton if she moves left on healthcare, other policies

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) is preparing to endorse Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton next week in New Hampshire if they are able to iron out their differences in time, according to a report from CNN.

Sen. Sanders is reportedly waiting until Ms. Clinton's campaign writes her official platform, which is expected to happen in Orlando on Friday and Saturday. One of the major changes Sen. Sanders would like to see is on her healthcare policy. He wants Ms. Clinton to fully commit to allowing Americans over the age of 55 to buy into Medicare, according to CNN.

Other concessions he is hoping for include opposition to the Trans-Pacific Partnership, according to the report.


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