In the battle of the US executive president, he faced defeat against Ronald Reagan. However, as Vice President, he became a symbol of liberals. Walter Mondley has now died at the age of 93.
Former Vice President of the United States, Walter F. “Fritz” Mondale died on Monday, as announced by his family in a statement. Mondale was 93 years old. It is not yet known what the death of the senator and the ambassador was.
Mondale was the Vice President of the United States from 1977 to 1981 and served in the White House with the then President us President Jimmy carter He was the first vice president to hold his office in the White House – and revolutionized the vice-president’s office as an advisor to the president. Democrats campaigned for marginalized groups and welfare programs, making it a symbol of liberals in the United States.
In 1984, he became the presidential candidate Democrat Chose. On her side, Geraldine Ferraro, was the first woman to run for the vice presidency. But Mondale lost to the incumbent at the time Ronald Reagan. At the time, Mondley said of his defeat: “I did my best.” He made headlines in the election campaign as he announced an increase in tax to voters in the event of his election victory.
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Mondale was born on January 5, 1928 as a Methodist minister and a music teacher in Ceylon, Minnesota, USA. From 1960 to 1964 he was Attorney General in Minnesota. From 1964 to 1976 he represented his home state in the Senate. In 1993, Mondale became the US Ambassador to Japan under President Bill Clinton.
US President Joe Biden, noted by Mondley for years, said in 2015 that the former Vice President had successfully given him a “roadmap” to take office. Former President Carter published a statement after Mondale’s death, describing him as “the best vice president in the nation’s history”.
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