U.S. Soccer star Megan Rapinoe offered to be Joe Biden’s Vice President (presumingly jokingly) during a instagram live session with the 2020 candidate.
Rapinoe also joked she could still play soccer at the same time.
“I don’t want to put you on the spot” Rapinoe began “I think I could still play soccer and do this. But if you need a vice president, I’m just saying I’m available for an interview. We can talk logistics and the details. Put it on your list. No pressure.”
Rapinoe shared a video of the conversation on Instagram and wrote:
Talked to Vice President @joebiden and @drbiden about all things Covid, campaigning during these times, bringing the Democrats together and how understanding we are all together will win the Presidency in November.
In December, Rapinoe had officially endorsed Elizabeth Warren for President.
Rapinoe shared a video of her phone call with Warren on Twitter, writing “I’m proud to endorse Elizabeth Warren today, for being bold, for being real, for listening to ALL of us, and for being prepared to navigate the unique challenges we face today as a country”
I truly believe the best things in life are a result of being bold and being real. I’m proud to endorse Elizabeth Warren today, for being bold, for being real, for listening to ALL of us, and for being prepared to navigate the unique challenges we face today as a country @ewarren pic.twitter.com/9hX3gQYjvo
— Megan Rapinoe (@mPinoe) December 13, 2019
Warren tweeted in response:
Thank you, @mPinoe! I’m so grateful to have you on @TeamWarren. I promise to fight shoulder-to-shoulder alongside you for equal pay and the bold, structural change our country needs. https://t.co/wyV0y7UkHS
— Elizabeth Warren (@ewarren) December 13, 2019
Rapinoe was named the “2019 sportsperson of the year” by Sports Illustrated in December.
During the SI Sportsperson of the Year awards Monday, Rapinoe told Reuters “I think the most important thing is to get that maniac out of the White House.”
— Sports Illustrated (@SInow) December 9, 2019
Last May, Rapinoe told Yahoo sports her continued national anthem protests, that were inspired at least in part by Colin Kaepernick, a “good F you” to the Trump administration.
“I’ll probably never put my hand over my heart. I’ll probably never sing the national anthem again.” Rapinoe added “I feel like I’m a walking protest… I feel like it’s kind of defiance in and of itself to just be who I am and wear the jersey, and represent it.
This article first appeared on TheConservativeOpinion.com