“Let’s talk about judgment. And let us talk about the worst foreign policy blunder in the modern history of this country. I led the opposition to that war. Secretary Clinton voted for it. Let’s talk about judgment.”

–Bernie Sanders, CNN Democratic Debate, 14 April 2016.

On Tuesday, Senator Bernie Sanders was set to endorse Secretary of State Hilary Clinton’s campaign for the President of the United States, uniting the Democrats ahead of the upcoming elections. After failing to achieve the required number of delegates to become the Democratic nominee, Bernie Sanders has been steadily softening his views towards Hilary; initially saying he would vote for her, then asking his followers to vote for her, now endorsing her himself.

Yet all was not so friendly between the two - both ran a bitter campaign against each other - in fact the still may not see eye to eye. Both have accused each other of the gravest faults, and Bernie’s camp - mostly composed of younger Americans - holds a strong dislike for the Secretary of State. Yet the expediencies of political have forced both to but aside their enmity to defeat Donald Trump; who incidentally has yet to receive endorsements from his direct rivals.