BLITZER: Well, what about these reports that she's now telling lawmakers here in New York that she's open to being his vice presidential running mate?
MCAULIFFE: Yes. You know, it's consistent with what she has said all along. She still plans on being the nominee. But she said, if I'm not, I will do whatever it takes to help the Democrats win this fall, not only at the presidential level, House, Senate, local elections. She's raised a quarter a billion dollars, you know, $250 million almost. She has brought in people, 18 million people, more votes. So, she's a huge asset. And whatever that role may be, she will be there to help the Democrats.