Former Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell has some explaining to do.
After presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren made a joint appearance on Clinton's campaign trail Monday, Rendell had some thoughts.
Rendell, a fixture in the Democratic Party and chairman of the 2016 DNC Host Committee, told MSNBC's Kristen Welker that a two-woman ticket, while exciting, has its "drawbacks," questioning if Warren has the experience to be commander in chief.
"[The joint appearance] drove home the point that Elizabeth Warren can excite crowds. There’s no question about it, and excite progressives. Some of the Sanders camp, I heard during the campaign, were a little annoyed at Senator Warren because she didn’t endorse Bernie Sanders. But still, she didn’t endorse Hillary Clinton, either. She stayed neutral, which I think was the proper stance for her to take under those circumstances, so she does have that as a significant plus. The drawbacks, obviously, are two women on the ticket. Does it make a difference? I don’t think so, but some people might. Does Elizabeth Warren have the experience to be commander in chief?"