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Who will Lightfoot endorse for president?

Mayor Lori Lightfoot is going to make a presidential endorsement before the March 17 Illinois primary
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Mayor Lori Lightfoot is going to make a presidential endorsement before the March 17 Illinois primary, and after talking to her on Thursday, reporter Lynn Sweet is pretty sure it’s not going to go to progressive rivals Sens. Bernie Sanders or Elizabeth Warren. Neither reached out to the mayor during their visits Chicago. “Apparently not progressive enough for them,” Lightfoot said. Sweet got her to elaborate…

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