Biden (quite humorously) said on "Meet the Press" that he does not want to be asked to be the Democratic VP, but, he said, "if the presidential nominee thought I could help him win ... of course, I'm -- I'll say yes."
On CNN's "Late Edition," Minnesota Republican Gov. Tim Pawlenty insisted that he's not being vetted for vice president. He also said he has not discussed the vice presidency with McCain.
On another Sunday show note, Brian Williams, who moderated "Meet the Press" this Sunday, announced that Tom Brokaw will take over as moderator of the program through the election. As always, you can watch highlights from the Sunday programs on the "This Week Sunday Sound" Webcast.
On Thursday, June 26, Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y., joins Obama for a fundraiser at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington, D.C. This will be the first time that Clinton has appeared with Obama on the campaign trail since she conceded the Democratic presidential nomination on June 7. The pair hit the trail together the next day. Politico offers up ideas about where Obama and Clinton should campaign together.
Possible Obama VP, former North Carolina Sen. John Edwards, speaks at the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN) on Monday, June 23, at their national convention in Detroit, Michigan.