Joe Biden Drops First Hint About Who He Might Choose As A Running Mate

There has been a ton of speculation about who Joe Biden might pick as a running mate.

During the last debate, Joe said he would pick a woman, so that narrows things down a little bit.

During an online campaign event on Wednesday, he dropped a hint about who it might be.

FOX News reports:

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Biden, at first virtual event as presumptive nominee, says he’s ‘coming for’ Kamala Harris

At a virtual town hall on Wednesday, just hours after Bernie Sanders dropped out of the presidential race, Joe Biden assumed the mantle of his party’s presumptive nominee — and, at a separate virtual fundraiser, the former vice president suggested that one-time rival Kamala Harris may play a big role in his campaign going forward.

Streaming live to some 1,621 viewers on YouTube, Biden praised Sanders during the town hall for being a persistent and “passionate voice for progress,” and also lauded the Vermont senator for “energizing millions of supporters.”

“Earlier today my good friend Bernie Sanders announced he was suspending his campaign,” Biden, whose comments were sometimes muddled, said at one point. “He didn’t just run a political campaign. He created a movement.”…

At the virtual fundraiser earlier in the day, Harris appeared on video from Washington, blasting President Trump as a “complete failure” and, in an effusive introduction, asserting that Biden would be the right president at a time when people “need to have hope … need to have faith.”…

Seemingly teasing the running mate chatter, Biden added: “I’m so lucky to have you be a part of this partnership going forward. Working together, we can make a great deal of progress. … I’m coming for you, kid.”

Here’s a quick video from the online event. Biden bumbles his way through it as usual:

Could Biden actually pick Kamala Harris as his running mate?

What does she bring to the table?

OK, this is funny:

 

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