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DLCWIdem

(1,511 posts)
Thu Jun 9, 2016, 08:53 PM Jun 2016

Uh oh does someone need to tell rachel that Clinton gets top billing

Rachel is just talking about a Warren-Clinton ticket not a Clinton/Warren ticket. Her excitement was fairly obvious.But someone needs to tell her Clinton is the nominee.

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yallerdawg

(16,104 posts)
3. Hey, Rachel is very familiar with Senator Warren's coyness.
Thu Jun 9, 2016, 09:03 PM
Jun 2016

Rachel got a remarkable answer from Senator Warren tonight!

Asked if she thought she could be president, Senator Warren answered, "Yes, I do."

Way to go, Rachel.

Now, will Hillary ask?

yallerdawg

(16,104 posts)
6. "Yes, I am." Not an answer we heard last year!
Thu Jun 9, 2016, 09:44 PM
Jun 2016

She didn't want to run for president, but she is ready to be president!

You don't know how remarkable that is.

She is telling Hillary, "Just ask!"

spooky3

(33,998 posts)
7. I don't agree. Rachel presented it as "Ed Rendell
Thu Jun 9, 2016, 09:46 PM
Jun 2016

Says you're not ready to be VP." I didn't see Warren as saying she wants the job, but rather that's she's qualified for the job.

yallerdawg

(16,104 posts)
8. Her answer has always been, "I like the job I have."
Thu Jun 9, 2016, 09:54 PM
Jun 2016

Ed Rendell is just an example of pundit questioning why Senator Warren might not be running for president or wanting to be vice-president.

This question was related to the most important role of being vice-president.

Asked, "Are you ready?" she said, "Yes."

SharonClark

(9,980 posts)
13. I cringe when I see Ed Rendell or Harold Ford used a Democratic Party experts or representatives
Fri Jun 10, 2016, 07:35 AM
Jun 2016

They represent the worse of the party - Rendell often says something counter-productive and Ford is a has-been conservadem.

justiceischeap

(14,040 posts)
12. She may be a Bernie supporter at home
Fri Jun 10, 2016, 06:28 AM
Jun 2016

but from what I've seen over the primary season it was her belief that HRC would be the nominee.

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