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Does A Presidential Candidate's Vice Presidential Pick Really Matter?10:46
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Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton (R) and U.S. Sen Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) wave to the crowd before a campaign rally at the Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal June 27, 2016 in Cincinnati, Ohio. Warren is helping Clinton campaign in Ohio.   (John Sommers II/Getty Images)
Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton (R) and U.S. Sen Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) wave to the crowd before a campaign rally at the Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal June 27, 2016 in Cincinnati, Ohio. Warren is helping Clinton campaign in Ohio. (John Sommers II/Getty Images)
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Less than two weeks away from the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, presumptive nominees Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are narrowing their choices for vice presidential running mates.

Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson speaks with NPR’s Domenico Montanaro about the pros and cons of the most likely candidates, and explores the ramifications of the decisions.

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Domenico Montanaro, NPR lead political editor. He tweets @domeniconpr.

This segment aired on July 6, 2016.

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