Hillary Clinton Picks Actor Tony Goldwyn Over Biden, Sanders for VP in a Game on 'Ellen'

Clinton makes guest appearance on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show."

— -- As speculation circulates about whom Hillary Clinton's veep pick would be, Ellen DeGeneres decided to push the process along for the Democratic candidate in a game of "Who'd You Rather?"

As a guest on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," Clinton was shown a picture of two people and she had to pick the one she would like as a running mate.

"This is very helpful," the Democratic front-runner joked. "Don't tell anyone because we want it to be a big surprise."

"Oh, Joe!" Clinton said when faced with choosing between Vice President Joe Biden or businessman Mark Cuban.

Clinton then picked "Scandal" star and Clinton supporter Tony Goldwyn over Biden, and picked Goldwyn once more over fellow candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders.

Later in the game, Clinton was asked to pick between first lady Michelle Obama and DeGeneres.

"Now you have to choose and, obviously, it's me," DeGeneres said in clips that the show released in advance.

"I already offered it to you," Clinton said. "...You turned it down."

Earlier in her appearance on the show, which was taped Tuesday, Clinton was asked about Trump and his comments that he would be good for women.

"I would need a lot more information based on what I hear him say because he has been very derogatory towards all kind of women," Clinton argued, adding, "I think, overall, there is just no evidence that he has an understanding of what women’s lives are like today."

When asked whether Sanders should drop out, Clinton answered, "he has to do what he chooses to do. I understand that."

The full interview is set to air today at 4 p.m. ET.