Biden’s next move

Biden’s next move
Phil Roeder https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/

Can Americans still have a sensible and friendly political discussion across the partisan divide? The answer is yes, and we intend to prove it. Julie Roginsky, a Democrat, andMike DuHaime,a Republican, are consultants who have worked on opposite teams for their entire careers yet have remained friends throughout. Here, they discuss the week’s events with Tom Moran, editorial page editor of The Star-Ledger.Q. President Obama and Sen. Elizabeth Warren endorsed Joe Biden, so the fat lady has sung. Now, what advice to you have for Biden on a VP pick that would help him most in November?Julie:Biden...


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