WATCH: Kellyanne Conway: Biden “Sounds Like A Co-Ed At The End Of A Frat Party”
On Wednesday, in an interview with Fox News, White House Counselor Kellyanne Conway jested that presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden sounds like a frat guy who “needs a woman” because of his all-female potential running mates list.
“You’ve seen the long shortlist of Joe Biden’s VP choices,” Conway said. “They all happen to be female. He sounds like, you know, a co-ed at the end of a frat party, ‘I need a woman!’” Conway said.
Sleepy Joe has pledged to pick a female running mate in the upcoming 2020 elections. His list of potential VPs includes Sen. Kamala Harris (Calif), Sen. Amy Klobuchar (Minn), Sen. Elizabeth Warren (Mass), Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (Michigan), and failed Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams.
Former First Lady Michelle Obama’s name has also floated here and again, with Biden even declaring that he would pick Obama to be his running mate “in a heartbeat.” However, Obama has made herself clear that she did not want to run for office.
“So now he has binders of women he’s looking through, and he’s got people like Sally Yates and Susan Rice allegedly on this list, and these are two women who were very involved in the shenanigans that were happening in the days before we got here, to the Trump White House,” Conway added.
Susan Rice is currently making headlines because of the suspicious emails she sent to herself on January 20, 2017, regarding the infamous Oval Office meeting. The email was supposed to serve as supporting evidence to debunk “Obamagate.” However, Former Deputy National Security Adviser K.T. McFarland found Rice’s email “odd,” and that it didn’t “jive” or even “make any sense.”
Talks of who is going to be Sleepy Biden’s vice president has caught the media’s attention as everyone believes that whoever gets to be picked will hold a lot of responsibility, given that Biden is known for having failing cognitive abilities and wouldn’t be able to fulfill his duties as the President of the United States.