Mondale's analysis of the presidential campaign
St. Paul, Minn. — Questions loom about who will be Republican John McCain's running mate, and as the Democratic party inches closer to choosing its nominee for the 2008 presidential election, the search for vice presidential candidates draws near.
Walter Mondale, former vice president, U.S. senator and ambassador, and former Democratic presidential nominee offers his insight on the 2008 presidential campaign and what it takes to be a good vice president.
- Walter Mondale: Former vice president, U.S. senator and ambassador to Japan. Democratic presidential nominee in 1984.
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