BREAKING: Joe Biden Secures Michael Avenatti’s Endorsement

Joe Biden announced his bid for the White House today, and he’s already secured an endorsement that nobody wants.

Fox News reported that Joe Biden has already picked up a big-name endorsement — but it might not be one he is happy to receive.

The former vice president, who formally announced his 2020 bid on Thursday morning, can count on the support of disgraced lawyer Michael Avenatti.

“I am extremely happy that @JoeBiden has decided to enter the race. He offers Dems the very best chance in 2020, especially in key states. He has the fight, intelligence and fortitude to beat Trump and begin to make America, America again. He has my enthusiastic support,” Avenatti tweeted.

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From Washington Free Beacon

Joe Biden is running for president again. The former vice president, 76, is the most recent addition to a crowded Democratic primary field that is already dominated by white males. This will be Biden’s third campaign for president.

Shortly after announcing his bid in an online video, Biden picked up several endorsements from U.S. senators.

But by far the most coveted endorsement Biden received on Thursday came courtesy of former Democratic frontrunner and “savior of the republic” Michael Avenatti. The 2018 Free Beacon Man of the Year announced via Twitter his “enthusiastic support” for Biden, who “offers Dems the very best chance in 2020.”

Avenatti’s once stellar reputation among Democrats and members of the media—fueled by the celebrity attorney’s baseless accusation against President Trump and prominent conservatives such as Brett Kavanaugh—has taken a hit recently due to his indictment on multiple criminal charges, including fraud and extortion. But the election cycle is still young, and Avenatti is a fighter, so it would be premature to dismiss him as a politically irrelevant force.

Avenatti’s endorsement of Biden makes sense, given his previous assertion that the 2020 Democratic nominee “better be a white male,” because “when you have a white male making the arguments, they carry more weight.”