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Biden Hints At Possible Running Mates

Biden Hints At Possible Running Mates

Former Vice President Joe Biden on Wednesday named two men he would consider as possible running mates.

Either that, or a member of his Cabinet if he is elected president.

According to Politico, Biden said he would consider former presidential candidates Beto O’Rourke and Julián Castro.

O’Rourke is a former Texas congressman and high-profile 2018 Senate candidate.

He was an early frontrunner for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination before fading into the field's lower tiers and dropping out in early November.

Castro is the former secretary of Housing and Urban Development under President Barack Obama.

He ended his yearlong campaign earlier this month after struggling in the polls.

Biden said he's spoken with both of them since their exits.

My plea to both of them is that they stay engaged.

They are talented, talented people.

Former Vice President Joe Biden Interview, The Dallas Morning News

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