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Obama Won't Endorse Candidate in Democrat Primary

Happy Sunday — it’s tea left time again:

White House chief of staff Dennis McDonough on Sunday said President Obama will not endorse a candidate in the Democratic primary race. “We’ll do exactly what has been done in the past,” McDonough reportedly said in an interview for NBC’s “Meet the Press.”

He added that Obama will be “out there” campaigning after the primary to support the eventual nominee.

The president previously said he would vote in the Illinois primary coming on March 15. Front-runner Hillary Clinton, as an administration alumna, has been considered a virtual lock for Obama’s vote since Vice President Biden announced last year he would not be running.

Possible signs that:

  1. Obama is about to get some long-awaited payback against the Clintons.
  2. FBI director James Comey is close to wrapping up his open-and-shut case against the former First Lady.
  3. Hillary is toast.

Sit back, relax, and enjoy the show.