Democratic presidential candidate Biden says he is targeting early August to announce his vice presidential pick
By Trevor Hunnicutt and Simon Lewis
WILMINGTON, Del. (Reuters) – Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden said on Tuesday he hoped to announce his choice of vice presidential candidate in early August.
Biden has promised to pick a woman as his running mate for the Nov. 3 election where he hopes to unseat Republican President Donald Trump and has established a committee to vet potential vice presidential candidates.
(Reporting by Trevor Hunnicut and Simon Lewis, Editing by Franklin Paul)
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