A leaked email sent by Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta and released by WikiLeaks Tuesday names Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates and Apple CEO Tim Cook as potential vice presidential candidates, USA Today reports.
Philanthropists Bill and Melinda Gates made the list.
Hillary Clinton's campaign circulated an a list of almost 40 individuals, including Bill and Melinda Gates, former Attorney General Eric Holder and Vermont Sen.
Cook subsequently held a fundraiser for Clinton in August. The so-called list of "rough food groups" of potential running mates also included Obama administration Cabinet members Julian Castro, of Housing and Urban Development, and Labor Secretary Tom Perez, and former Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick.
Bernie Sanders of Vermont, Clinton's opponent in the hotly contested Democratic primary, also made the list - at the very bottom.
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Clinton ultimately settled on Virginia Senator Tim Kaine to campaign with her. Podesta has not publicly verified that the emails are authentic, but told reporters earlier this month that he believed that "Russian intelligence agencies" had hacked into his email account as part of efforts to favor Republican nominee Donald Trump.
Besides Warren, women on the list of possibilities included Sens.
The list also included Howard Schultz; former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg; Apple CEO Tim Cook; and Coca-Cola CEO Muhtar Kent. Mook said the campaign had advised Wasserman Schultz that "that we expected to be consulted - and I was under the impression they would".
Podesta and other Clinton advisers "did a first cut of people to consider for VP", the campaign chair wrote. "Let me know if there are people you would like to see added or removed before we begin the process", Podesta allegedly wrote.