Sen. Elizabeth Warren said Wednesday night that she would accept a theoretical offer to work on the exact same ticket as presumptive Democratic governmental candidate Joseph R. Biden.
Ms. Warren, a Massachusetts Democrat and previous fellow White Home hopeful, made the admission during an interview performed soon after she endorsed Mr. Biden to be president.
” If [Joe Biden] asked you to be his running mate, would you state yes?” MSNBC host Rachel Maddow asked Ms. Warren.
” Yes,” Ms. Warren flatly responded.
Ms. Warren, who dropped out of White Home race in early March, officially backed Mr. Biden previously Wednesday to run as the Democratic nominee against President Trump in November.
Mr. Biden has all but clinched the nomination after previous fellow Democratic governmental prospect Sen. Bernard Sanders suspended his White House campaign last week.
Mr. Biden, former President Barack Obama’s vice president from 2009 until 2017, has not yet revealed who he will call as his running mate and potential second-in-command.
He said last month that he plans to pick a female to be his running mate.
Mr. Obama and Mr. Sanders, Vermont independent, each separately backed Mr. Biden’s governmental quote previously this week.