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Susan Rice Wants to Run for Office. Will Her First Campaign Be for V.P.?

NYTimes.com Monday, 27 July 2020 ()
The former national security adviser is on the short list to be Joe Biden’s running mate. She has never been elected to public office, but in 2018 she took a close look at running for the Senate — and at her own political strengths and vulnerabilities.
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