As the primary election continues to play out, more and more Americans are wondering which Democrats will go up against President Trump and Vice President Mike Pence in the 2020 general election.
For awhile, it was pretty much widely assumed that Joe Biden would go on to win the nomination. However, in the wake of the former vice president making multiple blunders, chewing on his wife’s fingers, and likening black children to roaches, he’s lost the confidence of some Democrat voters; the polls are a clear indication of this.
Nevertheless, there are still certain folks who believe that Biden will weasel his way into winning the Democrat Party’s nomination. Biden, himself, apparently is one of those folks; reports from the Washington Examiner confirm that the former vice president is considering Elizabeth Warren as his running mate in the event of him winning the primary election.
Biden on the Possibility of Warren as a Running Mate
During an HBO interview, the 2020 Democrat stated that he would “add Warren to the list” in terms of potential running mates. However, Biden expressed an interest in learning whether or not Warren would consider him as a running mate, if she were to win the nomination instead of him.
Last week in Iowa, Biden also opined that Warren is very “capable” of becoming commander-in-chief, vice president, etc., going on to note her possibilities as “unlimited.”
Over the course of the election, Biden and Warren have clashed with one another on policy, especially regarding healthcare. While the former vice president favors expanding upon Obamacare, Warren aims to completely overhaul the healthcare system with Medicare-for-All. Biden has censured Medicare-for-All, citing it as too expensive, whereas Warren believes that an Obamacare expansion isn’t effective enough.
Why Biden’s Prospective Running Mate Doesn’t Matter
At the end of the day, if Biden wins the nomination, the individual he selects as his running mate won’t matter; he will absolutely be destroyed by President Trump… in debates, in policy, and at the 2020 ballot box. Biden can’t keep track of what state he’s in; furthermore, he lacks the foresight and wisdom not to openly brag about blackmailing the Ukrainian government.
Biden and Warren may slightly differ on certain policies, but they are both off their rockers and have no business being anywhere near the White House. Trump and Pence, on the other hand, have a proven track record of success and being the champions of the American people.
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