Michigan Gretchen Witmer has confirmed she is in talks to become her running mate in Joe Biden’s campaign, as the race to join his ticket reaches a fever pitch.
In an interview Tuesday morning, Whitmer said: “I have conversed with some people On today’s show.
“This is an inaugural conversation and I wouldn’t call it a professional regulated wedding,” he added.
Witmer is regarded as one of many women on the short list to join Biden’s ticket, a rising star of the Democratic Party, who has made national headlines by dealing with the state-of-the-art explosion of Wolverine.
48-year-old governor Illinois Sen. Tammy joins Duckworth, who was selected for an interview with the Biden camp, according to a Senate colleague.
However, in today’s telephone interview, Whitmer underestimated his work, leaving the country unrest over the extensive coronavirus lock-downs in Michigan.
“I spend some time getting attached to the campaign, but the most important thing I need to do now is to be governor of my own state,” he said. “It’s important to me at this moment.”
Biden is determined to pick a woman, which has led to a full-fledged bidding war among female lawmakers.
Georgia’s former gubernatorial candidate, Stacey Abrams, is actively campaigning for the job, while California’s Sen. Sen. Kerr. Kamala Harris, Minnesota sen. Amy Globuchar and Senator of Massachusetts.
In an interview with The Post last month, President Trump said he believed Warren should be chosen to join his ticket – Democratic candidate Warren said he believed the number one on his ticket was “indebted” because he would never have gotten the help.