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But in the Obama administration, he helped oversee the economic stimulus policies and negotiated budgetary and financial deals on behalf of Obama with Congress.“I don’t think anyone would say Joe Biden has fantastic economic chops, but he was quite effective because he had competent people around him and he didn’t think he was the smartest guy in the room,” Galston said.Democratic strategist Kenneth Baer, who served as a senior adviser in the Obama White House’s Office of Management and Budget, said more than anything, “Biden needs to pick someone who credibly can step into his shoes if needed.“Knowing economic policy is part of that, but overall, that expertise can be gotten from smart staff and Cabinet picks,” he said.But as the pandemic has changed lives across the country, said Democratic strategist Patti Solis Doyle, who served as campaign manager for Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonManchin to back Biden for president Judge denies Roger Stone's motion for new trial The Hill's Campaign Report: 200 days to Election Day 2020 MORE's 2008 presidential campaign, "the idea of someone who can confront the challenges that this time calls for is the most important qualification."Bringing on a running mate with an economic background "would be very smart," she added.

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