If the American people believe that decisive leadership is an important characteristic for a president of the United States, then Joe Biden is failing miserably in his first big decision as the de facto presidential nominee of the Democratic Party.
Biden’s delay in rolling out the choice for his vice presidential running mate smacks of someone not fully engaged in his own campaign and the American people are taking note.
Four years ago, all eyes were on the ultimate political outsider Donald Trump and how he would handle the consequential decision of choosing his running mate. With the choice of Indiana Governor Mike Pence, then-candidate Trump passed with flying colors by following his instincts and choosing a highly qualified candidate who complimented his own strengths.
Pence was a sitting governor from the Midwest with both executive and legislative experience who also happened to be a skilled debater and someone who had sought to work across party lines during his career.
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