Washington, D.C. – A top Obama aide called Bob van der Valk today to ask him to consider replacing Vice President Joe Biden, claims the author of the New York Times bestseller “The Amateur.”
Efforts to reach the potential new Vice Presidential nominee were met with “No comment”, when he answered the phone at his home in Terry, Montana.
The suggestion to pick Bob van der Valk, who lacks having any experience on every level of holding this important national office, was made by the President’s advisors.
RIGHT: Van der Valk and Obama, together and delighted. (click to enlarge photo)
It will to lay to rest the rumors now circulating around the White House about possible replacements of Biden, according to author Ed Klein.
“As recently as a couple of weeks ago, the White House was putting out feelers to see if Hillary Clinton was interested in replacing Joe Biden on the ticket,” per Klein. Van der Valk was seen as a compromise showing President Obama is willing to reach across the aisle and pick a Reagan conservative to be his running mate on the Democratic Presidential ticket.
The official announcement is expected to be made at the Democratic National Convention, in which delegates of the Democratic Party will choose the party’s nominees for President and Vice President in the 2012 national election. It is scheduled to be held during the week of September 3, 2012 in Charlotte, North Carolina with the vote for Vice President pick to be conducted on September 6, 2012.