Are you more a Secretary of State or an Attorney General?
Post-game Biden banter FTW.
“I could only tolerate a high school dance if I was to be escorted by the most delightful man in America,” the teen wrote to him.
The VP is Instagramming and his ‘gram game is perfect Biden. Update: There’s now a selfie with the President.
Apparently everyone in Hollywood is a big fat liar!
Tina Brown, the editor of Newsweek and The Daily Beast recently endorsed a Clinton-Hickenlooper ticket. “It’s not gonna happen,” the Colorado governor says.
Warning: This segment might make you dizzy.
Look at that mug! What a guy!
Uncle Joe turns the big ol’ 70 today. But he’s basically like 25. Where does he get his young, boyish energy? Here’s a theory.
Four years later, the passion thrives.
Stephanie Cutter says Romney can’t avoid being tied to the Ryan budget.
Paul Ryan may now hide his appreciation for Ayn Rand, but libertarians see a kindred spirit. “One of us!” — though some Paulites might be a tough sell.
The wonky Wisconsin congressman is only 42. Two sources tell BuzzFeed he’ll be Mitt Romney’s running mate.
Sen. Kelly Ayotte is on the shortlist to be the Romney campaign’s Selina Meyer. And now she’s changed her travel plans for next week.
Romney campaign VP picker Beth Myers recently tweeted a shortlist of contenders for Romney’s running mate. Pictured below are some of those candidates along with a few others which are sure to spice up the campaign and distract from bad headlines.
Day one of BuzzFeed’s feature on how Mitt Romney’s VP hopefuls are faring today.
Who knows? Not the press! But here’s what we do know — judge for yourself.
The Ohio Senator tells reporters he has no plans to meet with the presumptive Republican nominee. Defends his record in the Bush administration.
“Either we’re being punked…or someone has an ax to grind,” says Navarro.
At regional conservatives conference in Chicago, the Florida Senator takes a commanding lead in straw poll.
But who is your favorite Vice President?
The President’s campaign team pins a photo of the Veep looking like a boss on the road. (Hopefully the real deal will join soon.)
The Ohioan wants the candidates to reckon with taxmegeddon. “This is a big deal.”
Courts the establishment at the Brookings Institution. Defends America’s role abroad: If we start doing less, who will start doing more?
Jon Stewart points out the political hot potato being played out in the media by the folks on Romney’s short list for Number Two.
BuzzFeed’s survey of Republican National Committee members gathered in Arizona this weekend finds a clear preference for the solid Ohioian. “He was born to be the guy standing next to the guy,” says an RNC member.
Gillespie will lead the hunt, a source says. Nobody wants another Palin.