The former Secretary of state John Kerry was asked if he was there he repented of his 2004 presidential running mate on the Democratic ticket, former Sen. John Edwards. (AP)
The former Secretary of state John Kerry said in recent comments that he’s picking former Sen. John Edwards regrets his running mate, while a top of the 2004 democratic ticket.
Kerry told CBS News in an interview broadcast on Sunday that Edwards will not be able, ultimately, the “measure” of what he wanted in a running mate.
“If you have the qualities that you are looking for if you select one of the Vice-President,” Kerry, Edwards said, “not at all fairs. It was not what we had hoped for.”
Kerry was defeated, fall by then-President George W. Bush.
Edwards got into hot water during his 2008 presidential run, when he accused admitted having an extramarital affair with Rielle Hunter, and was then, in 2011, with more than $1 million in campaign is the affair of donations to cover up.
He was not guilty of the charges and the justice Department found in 2012, ultimately, the case fell.
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