Hillary Clinton hasn’t really won the Democrat nomination, given the fact that the Democrat Party’s process is so labyrinthine that it won’t be final until July 25. However, given the fact that it’s undeniably rigged, it was probably kosher when she started boasting about it earlier this week.
According to ABC News, Hillary might have just let on who she might pick for her running mate during an interview after Tuesday’s primaries.
When asked whether America would be ready for two women on the ticket — a clear indication she would be picking Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren as a running mate — she said “maybe this time” to ABC’s David Muir.
“Well, I’m not going to get into vice presidential choices but I have the highest regard for Sen. Warren,” Hillary told Muir.
When asked about whether America would be ready for two women, Hillary seemed to inch toward it.
“I think at some point. Maybe this time, maybe in the future,” Hillary said. “But we’re going to be looking for the most qualified person to become president should something happen to me, if I’m fortunate enough to be the president.”
Sen. Warren — who earned the sobriquets “Liewatha” and “Fauxcahontas” due to allegedly fabricating Native American ancestry for preferential treatment during her time at Harvard Law — has been known as one of the most liberal members of Congress since her election in 2012.
In fact, Warren’s positions often dovetail with those of Clinton’s main rival, Sen. Bernie Sanders. She routinely scapegoats big banks, offers free college and universal health care and attacks the Democrat Party establishment.
Unlike Sanders, however, she hasn’t run a hard fought campaign against Clinton and occasionally looks like she hasn’t slept in her clothes.
Will Clinton pick Warren? It’s too early to tell, but one thing’s for sure — the fact that she’s even considering Warren indicates she’s willing to go hard to the left to satisfy the Democrat base.
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