Tim Kaine formally accepts Hillary Clinton Democratic nomination for VP

July 23, 2016 9:00 pm

Democratic presidential candidate
Hillary Clinton and her vice presidential pick, Senator ,
greet supporters during a campaign rally at Florida International
University Panther Arena on July 23, 2016 in Miami, Florida. © AFP

Virginia Spanish-speaking Senator Tim Kaine has formally accepted the Democratic Party’s nomination for vice president.
Kane
delivered opening remarks in Spanish and English, during the first
joint campaign event with presumptive Democratic presidential nominee
Hillary Clinton at a Miami, Florida, on Saturday.
The 58-year-old
senator said he and Clinton are “soul mates in this great fight ahead,”
adding that “I could not be any more honored to stand by Hillary’s
side.”
Clinton picked the popular senator as her running mate in the 2016 race for the White House on Friday.
She described Kaine as “a relentless optimist who believes no problem is unsolvable if you put in the work to solve it.”
Clinton said his guiding principle was “the belief that you can make a difference through public service.”
Kaine
endorsed President Barack Obama’s bid for the White House in 2008 and
was among Obama’s top three VP choices that year along with incumbent
Vice President Joe Biden and then-Senator Evan Bayh of Indiana.
Clinton’s
announcement came two days after Republican Party’s nominee for vice
president Mike Pence, accepted the formal nomination at a tumultuous
party convention in Cleveland.
“Senator Tim Kaine is everything
Donald Trump and Mike Pence are not,” Clinton said. “He is qualified to
step into this job and lead on day one.”
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