Hillary Clinton's campaign isn't considering primary rival Sen. Bernie Sanders as her running mate, the Wall Street Journal
Asked in an interview with Telemundo if she'd consider the Vermont senator, Clinton replied: "I haven't even begun to sort all that out," according to the transcript published on The Hill
"There are a lot of really qualified, dynamic candidates, I'm sure, to be considered for vice president," Clinton told Telemundo.
Despite some supporters' desire to have Sanders on the Democratic ticket in the No. 2 spot, Sanders isn't particularly interested, nor is he expecting to be offered the slot, an unnamed senior aide tells the Journal.
Clinton's campaign is looking at Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren as a potential vice presidential pick, the Journal reports.
Other prospects reported by the WSJ include:
- Labor Secretary Tom Perez
- Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julián Castro
- Sen. Tim Kaine of Virginia
- Sen. Sherrod Brown of Ohio
- Sen. Cory Booker of New Jersey
- Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti
- Rep. Xavier Becerra of California
- Rep. Tim Ryan of Ohio
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