Vice-presidential board ‘looking at more than a dozen women,’ Biden says

Vice-presidential board 'looking at more than a dozen women,' Biden says

On Saturday, Joe Biden, former Vice President, said that his vice-presidential selecting committee is seeing at more than a dozen women and also said that there would be more than one black women.

Former Vice President Biden, who is the presumptive Democratic candidate, commented during the interview in the MSNBC PoliticsNation show of Rev. Al Sharpton. Moreover, he also knew the push made by external groups for a black lady to be chosen as his running mate.

He said that he really does understand that, AI, for real and he assures you that above dozen women that they are taking first look at and there are more than 1 black women which is to be decided by this team, first and foremost, number 1.

Former Vice President has promised to select a lady as his running mate and told that he would choose someone who will simpatico with his views. Moreover, he even recently shared that Barack Obama, the former President of the United States, had taught him and signaled him to select someone who has robustness at a point where I have weaknesses.

Biden says vice presidential committee 'looking at more than dozen women'

On Thursday, the comments arrive when Biden’s campaign declared the co-chair of its vice-presidential selection committee. Furthermore, the committee members are Eric Garcetti Mayor of Los Angeles, Rep. Lisa Blunt Rochester of Delaware, Sen. Christopher Dodd of Connecticut, Cynthia C. Hogan, who was a former White House and Senate Council to Joe Biden.

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During the Coronavirus epidemic, there are a large number of women that are likely to be supposed, and they have been in contact with Joe Biden regularly, and these are Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts, Sen. Kamala Harris of California, Sen. Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer of Michigan Stacey Abrams, the former Georgia House Minority Leader and Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto of Nevada are all strong candidates.

Former Vice President had made a promise that he is going to get diverse administration that would be similar to America. Moreover, on Wednesday, Biden repeated this point to donors telling his cabinet, administration, Supreme Court nominees, and Vice President will look like a country.

In the end, former Vice President Joe Biden said donors on Wednesday during a fundraiser that he expects the selection process for his running mate would be done by July.