The only thing we know for sure about Joe Biden's prospects for potential vice presidential running mates is that he has vowed whoever he selects will be a woman.
More than a month after Elizabeth Warren suspended her campaign for president, the U.S. senator from Massachusetts finally announced her endorsement of Joe Biden's candidacy.
After Bernie Sanders has repeatedly said he had no plans to drop out, a new report said his top aides, allies and surrogates have been encouraging him to withdraw from the race for the Democratic nomination for president.
And as endorsements pour in for Joe Biden, it was unclear if the endorsements from Cory Booker and Kamala Harris would bring Black voters along with them.
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