Joe Biden said Thursday that knows what qualities it seeks in his vice presidential choice emphasized, however, that it was far from a decision. “I honest to God do not know who – I promise you – now.” He said on CBS’s “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” Asked about reports that Senator Amy Klobuchar had approved of Minnesota, are revised, said Biden “no one has been controlled by the even team.” Biden said that lawyers work looking wrapping a process of moving towards a “make preliminary list of people” to “their general questions” including up “the one who is interested in because they are interested or not interested in the job.” pressed by Colbert if Klobuchar on his short list, said Biden, who are the “first installment” but said he was “involved in the work,” where in the process stand. described screening, which he did in 2008, I quickly running mate Barack Obama of being, as “a very invasive” procedure in the previous vote, budgets and examined health records. suggested that one of the reasons that has not made a list of names and considering would voluntarily Biden is “because if someone is not selected, the assumption is not necessarily true that there must be something wrong.” he He said he keeps his choice that he believes that the effectiveness of the advice he got from an aide to Obama. “The best way is to put what you want to be close adviser to Barack, who is also a friend, he said, think to yourself, you have an important decision, which is the last person to speak to you in Studio Oval? “Biden said he was trying to choose a woman to be his vice president. Others believed to be in the race, are California Kamala Harris Senator, Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren and Nevada Senator Catherine Cortez Masto. And earlier Thursday, representing Florida Val Deming said Biden was “short list”. The New Mexico governor Michelle Lujan Grisham said he was asked for references, and Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer said on Tuesday, NBC’s “Today Show” that they had to enter the ticket opening talks with the campaign.