On Tuesday, former Vice President Joe Biden shared who he would “love” to have as his vice president: former First Lady Michelle Obama. We’d all love to see that, too! Actually, we’d like to see her run for president. This amazing lady should take second place to no one.
Biden was answering a question about appointing former Pres. Barack Obama as a Supreme Court Justice.
“Yeah, I would, but I don’t think he’d do it,” Biden responded. “He’d be a great Supreme Court justice.”
But the voter then asked this, “Second question is — which Obama?”
“Well I sure would like Michelle to be the vice president,” Biden said.
Man: "Would you consider appointing Obama for the Supreme Court?"
Joe Biden: "Yeah, I would, but I don’t think he’d do it. He'd be a great Supreme Court Justice."
Man: "Second question is – which Obama?"
Joe Biden: "I sure would like Michelle to be the Vice President." pic.twitter.com/4OYIsEcNQn
— The Hill (@thehill) January 28, 2020
Biden has called on Michelle to be his running mate before. She’s extremely popular with voters (much more popular than Joe). When Biden appeared on “The Late Show,” Stephen Colbert asked him if he’s asked for Michelle’s advice. Joe replied “Only to be my vice president.” He then added “I’m only joking. Michelle, I’m joking.”
Unfortunately, there’s a slim-to-none chance that Michelle Obama would ever run for public office. She and her husband have repeatedly said that she has zero (ZERO) interest in running for political office of any kind. In 2016, a little girl asked her if she would run for president and Michelle responded with this.
“No, I’m not gonna run for president, but what I want to make sure you do is that you go to school, you get good grades, because we’re looking to you to possibly be a president one day, too. But you can’t do that if you don’t study and do your homework and listen to your parents. But we’re out.”
Michelle Obama recently won a Grammy for the spoken word audiobook of her best-selling book “Becoming,” which has 25,627 ratings and an average 5-star review on Amazon.
Her hubby, Pres. Obama, also won a Grammy for his book “The Audacity of Hope” (2006).
Pres. Obama also won a Grammy for his book “Dreams of My Father” (2008).
Hillary Clinton won a Grammy for her book “Living History” in 2003.
Wonder if Trump will ever win a Grammy for spoken word? Hahahahaha