Assuming Clinton is the Democratic Nominee, and given Trump is the Republican nominee, who is VP?
Dems - Sen. Sherrod Brown of Ohio. Swing state, popular with Labor. White male (unfortunately it matters).
GOP - Has to be a woman, but that will be tough. Joni Ernst of Iowa is an early favorite. Obviously, Gov. Martinez of NM is now out of the running. Trump burned the bridge. I don't see Jan Brewer being named. She is even too extreme for Trump. Outside shot - Senator Bob Corker of Tenn.
So you don't think Bernie and Hillary won't team up with him as VP, and you think Trump is smart enough not to have Palin on his ticket.....
There will not be a Bernie-Hillary ticket. Can't happen. Bernie is too far left and she needs the moderates. He's like ice cream, sounds great. But you always regret having too much.
It is better than crap on a stick and a little of that goes a long way.
Trump isn't the problem, it is the GOP trying to fix the election so Hillary wins.
Elizabeth Warren is looking heavily as Clinton's VP. And possible President, if Hillary is indicted.
I suspect Trump will pick one of the Republicans who ran against him as VP, and a few as cabinet members.
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