Stacey Abrams says America "can't survive another four years with Donald Trump" in the White House.
The failed gubernatorial candidate disparaged President Trump during an appearance on CNN's "State of the Union" on Sunday.
"Vice President [Joe] Biden has done this job," Abrams said. "He knows what he needs to do to win and what he needs to do to help our country recover from four years of incompetence and chaos."
Abrams went on to say she believes Biden will make the right choice in picking a woman of color -- specifically her.
She said Biden choosing a woman of color for VP would promote "trust" with the Black community. "Women of color are the strongest part of the Democratic Party."
But Black people are wary of Biden's racist past and reports that he suffers from senile dementia.
"I want to make one thing very clear," said Abrams, "Joe Biden enjoys the trust of communities of color, and he will take no one for granted. I believe he will make the right choice based on what he understands and what his team recommends that he do."
She added, "Vice President Biden understands how critical this election is. With four decades of experience, he also knows the tricks Republicans will use to block change. We can't survive another four years with Donald Trump, and that's why my organization, Fair Fight 2020, is working nationally in 18 states to ensure that we have a president who actually believes in and trusts the American people."
According to OAN News, Rev. Al Sharpton is expected to endorse Abrams for VP later this week.
Sharpton believes Biden needs help "connecting" with Black voters. He cites Abrams' ability to drive voter turnout as her greatest strength.
"I've said openly that there are Black women that can be on that ticket..." said Sharpton. "I'm excited about Stacey Abrams, who I think brings a lot to this country."
The hashtag #DropOutBiden trended on Twitter over the weekend, driven by the #MeToo movement and progressives who believe Biden's accuser Tara Reade was sexually assaulted by Biden in 1993.
CNN quietly deleted a 1993 episode of Larry King Live from Google's play store that featured Reade's mother calling in to the show to say her daughter had "problems" working for a "prominent senator".
The woman said her daughter did not want her to go to the press out of respect for the unnamed senator.
— I Believe Tara Reade (@Gerardini21) April 25, 2020