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The New York Times has endorsed Senators Amy Klobuchar and Elizabeth Warren for the Democratic presidential nomination, its first time choosing two candidates.
The liberal newspaper's pick comes just a few weeks before the Iowa caucuses on February 3 which officially begins the presidential primary season.
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On Sunday, the Times described Massachusetts senator Warren as the 'radical' and Minnesota senator Klobuchar as the 'realist' choice.
'An essential debate is underway between two visions that may define the future of the (Democratic) party and perhaps the nation,' the editorial board wrote.
Party - View - President - Trump - Aberration
'Some in the party view President Trump as an aberration and believe that a return to a more sensible America is possible. Then there are those who believe that President Trump was the product of political and economic systems so rotten that they must be replaced.'
'Both the radical and the realist models warrant serious consideration,' the board said.
Candidates - Approach - Elizabeth - Warren - Amy
'That's why we're endorsing the most effective candidates for each approach. They are Elizabeth Warren and Amy Klobuchar.'
Warren has consistently polled at third place, behind former vice president Joe Biden and Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders - Warren's fellow progressive.
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