Joe Biden is ready to consider the Republican nominee for Vice President of the United States

Biden has previously said that he would like to see a woman or a representative of another ethnic group as a candidate for Vice President.

Former Vice President Joe Biden said he would consider running for the Republican Vice-presidential nomination if he becomes the Democratic presidential nominee next year.
Speaking at a meeting with voters in Exeter, New Hampshire, Biden said he could not yet say who it might be.

Biden’s statement is based on calls from moderate Democrats, voters who don’t associate themselves with either party and Republicans who have been alienated by President Donald Trump. During the campaign, Biden repeatedly spoke about the need to work with Republicans in Congress if he wins the election in November 2020.

Biden has previously said that he would like to see a woman or a representative of another ethnic group as a candidate for Vice President.

National opinion polls show that Democratic voters are more likely to cast their vote for Biden, rather than his rivals senators Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren.

Biden’s main argument for voting for him is that he has a better chance of winning over Trump next year because he can win the support of centrist voters in key States.

In the past, presidential candidates have expressed similar ideas. So, in 2008, the late Republican US Senator John McCain wanted his close friend, US Senator Joe Lieberman, to become a candidate for Vice President. Pressure within the party forced McCain to name former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin as the Vice Presidential nominee, which backfired and helped Obama win the election.

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