PHILADELPHIA - Hillary Clinton has clinched the Democratic presidential nomination, and now some in her inner circle are already looking past the November election and onto January 2017. - particularly who will be a part of her team if she's elected.
One of the names getting thrown around is Secretary of Agriculture and former Iowa governor, Tom Vilsack. He was rumored to be her vice presidential pick last week, but was beat out by Sen. Tim Kaine (D-Virginia). Vilsack currently serves in the Obama administration, and has had a strong relationship with Clinton for many years.
Local 5's Sabrina Ahmed got to sit down with Vilsack during the Democratic National Convention to talk about the recent speculation.
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