By now you’ve probably seen the headlines: Trump’s running mate Mike Pence will be nominated for vice president by his own party, and Trump will be running for president.
But what’s really happening here is that Donald Trump is the VP nominee, and he’s running for vice presidency.
What exactly is Vice President Joe Biden’s role?
If you read between the lines, it’s pretty simple.
Biden has no role in running the government.
He’s not even the vice president.
The job of vice president is reserved for Trump.
Biden is the one running against Trump on issues like trade, jobs, immigration and health care.
He has been an advocate of Trump’s and the Republican Party’s populist, nationalist policies, but Biden has also been the subject of fierce criticism from many Democrats, including from the Democratic presidential nominee.
Trump has a history of attacking Biden, saying he is weak on trade and has “no idea” how to fix the economy.
While he has endorsed Pence, Trump also said he’s not running because he wants to be first in line for the presidency.
If you read the comments, that’s not entirely accurate.
Trump’s campaign has not commented on whether he’ll run for VP, and it’s possible he may not even seek the position.
He’s also had his critics on the left, including some of the more liberal Democrats, like Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, D-Hawaii, who has said Biden should drop out of the race because he’s been “dismissed by the establishment” for the past four years.
Gabbard has also called Biden’s VP pick “not a good choice.”
So how does Trump’s VP nominee fit into the whole story?
The VP nomination is a complicated one.
There’s the traditional “primary” in which the candidate who wins the most votes in the party goes on to the general election.
In the 2020 primary, that candidate will be selected by the party leaders and vice president nominee will be chosen by the nominee.
In other words, if Trump loses the general and vice presidential elections, Biden will be the nominee in 2020.
The next time the Democratic primary is held, the candidate will have to win more than 70% of the delegates in the state, in order to be the party’s nominee.
But since Trump and his allies want the nomination to be in play before the general, that means that if they lose, they can’t have the VP nomination as their party’s standard-bearer.
As the 2020 election draws closer, Democrats will have a new choice in 2020: They can nominate Joe Biden or Joe Biden can nominate Hillary Clinton.
This is how the VP pick works: In order to have a chance of winning the 2020 nomination, Biden must win more delegates than Hillary Clinton, and if he does, the vice presidential nominee will take over.
So the next step is to determine who the VP will be.
In the 2020 general election, the Democratic Party has a choice between Joe Biden and Hillary Clinton on the ticket.
So which of the two are they?
Biden and Clinton have been the Democratic nominee in all the past elections, and this year, the Democrats are not going to have another choice.
Joe Biden is a former governor of Delaware and a former member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Delaware.
He also served as a U.N. Ambassador.
Clinton is a U and former Secretary of State and a senator from New York.
She is the first female major party presidential nominee and has been a U, U and a U member of Congress.
Both Biden and Clinton are likely to be viewed favorably by many voters, and the two candidates have a lot of support among Democrats.
But there are some differences between them.
Clinton has a reputation as a cautious politician and an opponent of trade deals, while Biden is more hawkish.
For example, while both have called for more military spending, Biden is less likely to do so than Clinton.
Biden also opposed the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal, while Clinton was in favor of it.
And as we’ve noted before, Biden has been criticized by some of his supporters for his ties to Wall Street and his support of trade agreements like NAFTA.
Biden is also a vocal critic of Trump.