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Will the comparison between the two Vice Presidential candidates make a difference in how you vote?
Mr. Trump and Mrs. Clinton need the bodyguards they have due to the hogh number of threats each receives. With their risks so high, not to mention the threats of terrorism, the nominees for the Office of Vice President must be able to instantly fill the role of president, if the elected president is unable to perform.
Will that make the comparisons between the two major party candidates for that office become a real factor in your choice of who you vote for?
Trump's VP pick makes him look like he's making up for his lack of government experience. It helps him with those who are worried about his qualifications.
Hillary's choice doesn't help her, since he supported the Trans Pacific Partnership even when she and much of the Democratic base didn't.
Maybe all things being equal, they will consider the vice president in making a final decision.
Frankly a VP nominee really doesn't matter. I wouldn't bother who is the running mate as the VP has very little to do except in the sad end of the president like Johnson stepped in for Kennedy. VP? No meaning
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