The 50-year-old African American could very well be chosen by August as a co-listière, to accompany the Democratic candidate in the race for the White House.
In an America shaken by anti-racism protests and police brutality, she could very well become Joe Biden’s co-lister and, perhaps, the first African American vice president in US history. Keisha Lance Bottoms, the mayor of Atlanta, is increasing the odds of accompanying the Democratic candidate for the White House in the presidential election on November 3.
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