Sen. Jon Tester, D-Mont., on Sunday sidestepped — again — an endorsement of fellow Democrat Montana Gov. Steve Bullock for president.
In an interview on CBS News’ “Face The Nation,” Tester vowed to reveal his choice in the next week.
“The bottom line is whoever comes out of [the Democrats’ primary candidates field] needs to be able to connect with rural America and you do that by applying common sense,” he said when asked if he would back Bullock.
Earlier this month, he also refused to endorse Bullock after he’d announced his presidential candidacy.
“Steve Bullock is a very good friend,” he told the “Morning Joe” show at the time. “He's been a long time friend - and a good one. I've got a lot of good friends in this race cause there's so many people running for president. And I would just tell you that I want to let things move out.”
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