“It will literally make history.
“Well, Andrea, let me just say, I'm optimistic that he will make the right choice and he will choose from among a pool of very capable and talented potential running mates, someone who will really contribute to making history by making great decisions and by being a very strong and capable leader,” the senator from Delaware continued.
Coons said whoever Biden picks as a running mate will help shape how his administration responds to the pandemic, the economic downturn and the “very real concerns about racial injustice and inequality.”
The campaign announced Tuesday a team of nine Democratic strategists and operatives who will help the eventual running mate handle the responsibilities.
"He better pick a black woman," Democratic National Committee Black Caucus chair Virgie Rollins told Politico.