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Biden: I Would Like Michelle Obama to be my Vice President


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On Tuesday, former Vice President and 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden said that he "sure would like" Michelle Obama to be his Vice President.


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The comment came during a campaign event in Iowa when Biden was talking about how the Obama's would be involved in his administration.

“Yeah, I would, but I don’t think he’d do it,” Biden said after he was asked if he would select Obama to be on the Supreme Court. “He’d be a great Supreme Court justice.”

“Second question is — which Obama?” the voter asked.

“Well I sure would like Michelle to be the vice president,” Biden also said.

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Biden should be focusing less on who will serve as his Vice President and more on the corruption allegations he is facing. Over the weekend, Republican Senator Josh Hawley made the first move to subpoena former Biden, his son, and far-left Representative Adam Schiff.

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“The Missouri Republican is preparing to file subpoena requests for witnesses and documents that Democrats and Republicans alike won’t want to vote on, a tactic intended to convince a handful of senators to sink a vote next week to consider new evidence in President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial,” Politico reported. “Hawley’s strategy harmonizes with plans from GOP Sens. Ted Cruz of Texas and Rand Paul of Kentucky to force votes to hear from Hunter Biden, the former vice president’s son who was on the board of Ukrainian energy company Burisma.”

He also took to Twitter and wrote, “I have drafted motions to subpoena Adam Schiff, the ‘whistleblower,’ Hunter Biden, and Joe Biden to testify. If the Senate calls witnesses, I will ask for votes on all these next week.”

Last Friday, President Donald Trump's attorney Jay Sekulow announced that he would be going after the Bidens when he told reporters that him and his team "will address" Joe and Hunter Biden's corrupt business dealings after House Democrats left the door wide open during their opening arguments.

"Why they opened up the door as wide as a double door on the Hunter Biden, Joe Biden, Burisma issue, I guess they figured that was their way of getting ahead of it. We will address it," Sekulow announced as he floated the idea of calling on the Bidens to testify.

"I want you to think about this for a moment. Joe Biden was charged as vice president of the United States with Ukraine policy," Sekulow later added. "That was his specific charge. His son went to work for, went on the board of, the Ukrainian gas company [Burisma]. First, the vice president said he knew nothing about it, but the State Department knew about it, because they were concerned when people were being put up for confirmation that that issue might arise. So believe me, you’ll hear about that issue too."

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