Two’s company: How Obama will fare with Biden

Monday, August 25, 2008

The missing piece of the Democratic convention is now revealed with Joe Biden as Obama’s running mate. Biden’s choice helps Obama roll out the narrative of his life to a population that has yet to fully get to know him. The Takeaway goes live to Denver where Political Director Andrea Bernstein looks at the implications of the VP choice and how it will play out in the convention.
Guest: Andrea Bernstein, Takeaway Political Director

Contributors:

Jim Colgan

Comments [1]

Anonymous

By picking the strong Joe Biden as the VP candidate, Obama is just proving how weak he is that he needs someone as Biden to support him

Aug. 25 2008 08:32 AM

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