NY Post reports Hillary Clinton said she would “love” to have a woman nominated as vice president “again” — but said Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders should “take a really hard look at the Electoral College for what will help him.”
“There are so many factors that go into it,” she told CNN’s Fareed Zakaria in an interview that aired Sunday. “Personally, I’d love to have a woman on the ticket, finally — again. We’ve had two women vice presidential candidates — one for the Democrats, one for the Republicans.”
“But obviously, I’d like to keep that moving, and actually have it happen in this election that someone would be the first woman vice president,” she continued.
Republican Sen. John McCain named Sarah Palin as his running mate in 2008.
Democrat Walter Mondale selected Geraldine Ferraro as his veep in 1984.
But Clinton cautioned that the nominee should “take a really hard look at the electoral college for what will help him,” she said referring to Democratic presidential contenders Biden and Sanders.
“Because I think our nominee could win the popular vote again, as I did, but that doesn’t matter, as we know,” the former New York senator said.
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