Why not pick Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren, as Hilary Clintons pick for Vice-President?
Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren will fill any chips that might show up in President Hillary Clinton’s Armor.
She has more brainpower while sleeping then Donald Trump and Mike Pence on their best day.
Although reasonable new to the political scene, she is better qualified to be ‘President’ then Donald Trump, Mike Pence
and all of those past 17 Republican Candidates combined!
The Answer is,
Pure and Simple.
Because the White People, men and women, still the majority in the country, are too narrow-minded, to pick two females for anything let alone positive for the USA!
Names of Potential running mates for Hillary Clinton
Clinton, Hickenlooper meet as she reviews possible running mates
PUBLISHED: July 17, 2016 at 7:33 pm | UPDATED: July 18, 2016 at 5:39 am
Hillary Clinton met with three potential running mates at her home in Washington Friday, including Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper and Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren, as she and her aides conferred on selecting a vice presidential candidate ahead of the party’s national convention, according to people familiar with the talks.
As well as Warren and Hickenlooper – a favorite of the Democratic Party’s progressive wing, Clinton met with Housing Secretary Julian Castro, according to the people, who asked for anonymity to discuss the private talks. The list of contenders for the vice presidential nomination is also said to include Virginia Senator Tim Kaine, Labor Secretary Tom Perez and Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack.
Clinton is holding multiple meetings at her Washington home related to the decision on a running mate, said one of the people. The meetings were reported earlier by NBC.
Warren, 67, delivered her endorsement of Clinton at a joint appearance on June 27 in Cincinnati that served as an appeal to the backers of primary challenger Bernie Sanders and impressed Clinton’s advisers. Warren has also been adept at needling Donald Trump, the presumptive Republican nominee who named Indiana Governor Mike Pence as his running mate on Friday.
Hickenlooper, 64, discussed the vice presidential search with Clinton when she was in Denver at the end of June to unveil her campaign’s technology platform. Castro, 41, is a rising star within the Democratic Party who’s likely to motivate Hispanic voters, a crucial constituency in the November election.