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At a virtual town hall on Wednesday, just hours after Bernie Sanders dropped out of the presidential race, Joe Biden assumed the mantle of his party’s presumptive nominee — and, at a separate virtual fundraiser, the former vice president suggested that one-time rival Kamala Harris may play a big role in his campaign going forward.

Streaming live to some 1,621 viewers on YouTube, Biden praised Sanders during the town hall for being a persistent and “passionate voice for progress,” and also lauded the Vermont senator for “energizing millions of supporters.”

The article goes on to state the following:

At the virtual fundraiser earlier in the day, Harris appeared on video from Washington, blasting President Trump as a “complete failure” and, in an effusive introduction, asserting that Biden would be the right president at a time when people “need to have hope … need to have faith.”

The report notes that Biden responded by praising Harris for running a “helluva race” and reminding attendees that “we go back a long way.”

Fueling speculation about the possibility of Harris as a running mate, Biden also reportedly said to Harris, “I’m so lucky to have you be a part of this partnership going forward. Working together, we can make a great deal of progress. … I’m coming for you, kid.”

The report states that Biden also mentioned he had reached out to former president Barack Obama for advice about choosing a running mate.

Biden said he would be “looking for someone who will be a partner in this progress,” and added, “I’m going to need a woman vice president who has the capacity, has strengths where I have weaknesses.”

When asked about the possibility of being chosen as Biden’s running mate in an interview on The View, Harris dismissed it, saying she’s only focused to addressing the coronavirus pandemic right now.

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