Rolling Stone endorses Hillary Clinton
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Rolling Stone magazine is endorsing Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonTrump on presidency: 'I thought it would be easier' Trump threatens to scrap 'horrible' South Korea trade deal New science-fiction book set in future where Clinton won MORE.

"Hillary Clinton has an impressive command of policy, the details, trade-offs and how it gets done. It's easy to blame billionaires for everything, but quite another to know what to do about it," editor and publisher Jann S. Wenner said in an editorial published Wednesday.

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While praising aspects of Democratic rival Bernie SandersBernie SandersOvernight Energy: Trump set to sign offshore drilling order Meghan McCain: Obama 'a dirty capitalist like the rest of us' Dems might begin again with Kamala Harris and California MORE's call for breaking up the big banks and his emphasis on inequality, Wenner blasted the independent Vermont senator's explanation of a "political revolution" to get his agenda through Congress.

"This is a vague, deeply disingenuous idea that ignores the reality of modern America," Wenner wrote, adding, "I have been to the revolution before. It ain't happening." He also praised Clinton's experience as secretary of State and focus on social justice issues.
 
Wenner acknowledged that Sanders, a self-described democratic socialist, has enjoyed the most enthusiasm in the race among young voters, characterizing the youth vote as wanting "idealism, integrity and authenticity."

"You get a sense of 'authenticity' when you hear Sanders talking truth to power, but there is another kind of authenticity, which may not feel as good but is vitally important, when Clinton speaks honestly about what change really requires," he wrote.
 
The endorsement comes after Clinton won the top-prize Arizona on Tuesday, keeping momentum in the Democratic race, while Sanders added to his delegate count with wins in Utah and Idaho. Clinton has recently turned her focus toward the general election.