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In a first, science magazine ‘Scientific American’ endorses a presidential candidate

Hindu Wednesday, 16 September 2020 ()
The magazine has been running more opinion pieces lately, and, in 2016, wrote an editorial questioning Trump’s fitness to be president, although it didn’t endorse Hillary Clinton.
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The endorsement by 'Scientific American' was posted online in an editorial on Tuesday.

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