Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders doesn't think having a meeting with Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren is that big of deal because he's had lots of them.
Sanders told New Hampshire television station NH1 News Network on Monday when asked about the news that Warren and Vice President Joe Biden met together on Saturday, NH1's political director Paul Steinhauser said on Twitter.
Political pundits were buzzing after news of the unannounced meeting broke, while rumors grow that Biden is considering running for president. The meeting led several to speculate whether or not it was the sign of a possible Biden-Warren ticket.
Sanders told Politico
on Saturday that he doesn't know what it would mean for the race if Biden decides to run.
"I've known Joe Biden for many many years. The people who know him respect him. If Joe gets into this race, I look forward to continuing running an issue-oriented campaign and discuss[ing] the important issues of the country with Joe," Sanders said.
"Whether he gets in or not, I have no idea, and what its impact will be, I just don't know."
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