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- June 10, 2016 at 9:51 pm #255135
- June 10, 2016 at 11:04 pm #255140
I will suggest Hillary Clinton pick anyone her advisers verified fit for the office of VP. From resume point of view and character, both Elizabeth and Bernie are VP materials. May be she should pick “papa Bernie Sanders” for the first 4years and Senator Warren for the second term. Should Elizabeth Warren just wait for Hillary to complete her political carrier and then signify or flag her intention to run for the “Oval office”? Would you prefer Bernie to Elizabeth as VP? What are your reasons to or not to? Would you vote for Trump instead of Hillary? Would Bernie’s supporters vote for Hillary if she picks someone else as VP?
Should Hillary pick a woman as VP or a Man as VP? Would picking a man make her win over Mr. Trump easily? Man or Woman VP, would it be an easy ride to White house? I rest my key board. Welcome to http://www.provocativedebate.com.
- June 17, 2016 at 3:13 am #255182MichaelGuest
Hillary advisers have a crucial role to play here. They need to evaluate the situation and decide whether picking Senator Warren or Senator Sanders will be the right recipe for the democratic party to win the presidential election. If they conclude that picking an entirely different person would cruise them easily to the finishing line and a smooth ride into white house, then so be it. That shouldn’t pose any confusion or cause any problem.
- June 17, 2016 at 10:59 am #255185EdeworGuest
Inasmuch as Senator Sanders followers want Hillary to pick him as a VP, Hillary’s advisers are responsible to play their role in this kind of charged atmosphere. It will be safer for her to pick a neutral democrat as a running mate. That will be a better pathway forward and every other thing will fall in place. Your cerebral?
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