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Biden campaigns in crucial Texas as he lands backing of former rivals

A reinvigorated Joe Biden, fresh off a resounding victory in the South Carolina primary over the weekend, campaigned in the crucial, delegate-rich state of Texas on Monday (March 2) just as two of his former rivals announced their endorsement of him after pulling out of the presidential race.

Biden is heading into the ‘Super Tuesday’ (March 3) primary contest — where nearly 2,000 nominating delegates are at stake — with a boost, aiming for a strong showing against U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders, the national front-runner and a democratic socialist from Vermont.

Amy Klobuchar, a U.S. Senator from Minnesota, will announce the suspension of her White House campaign in Dallas where she will publicly back Biden, a campaign aide said. Former South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg also plans to endorse Biden the day after ending his campaign, a top adviser said.

(Production: Mana Rabiee)

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