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Scientific American magazine backs Joe Biden, its first presidential endorsement in 175 years

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The editors of the 175-year-old magazine wrote that they felt compelled to speak out because Trump "rejects evidence and science."
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The endorsement by 'Scientific American' was posted online in an editorial on Tuesday.

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