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Jane Sanders was asked today by Neil Cavuto whether she believes her husband should be considered for vice president. 

Cavuto noted that a recent shortlist of possible Hillary Clinton running mates did not mention Sen. Bernie Sanders.

"Shouldn't he be on a shortlist?" Cavuto asked, pointing out that he has racked up millions of votes and gotten many people who normally would not vote to the polls.

Mrs. Sanders said it would be "insulting" for either Clinton or her husband to put each other on a shortlist for vice president at this stage of the campaign.

She noted that when their campaign manager Jeff Weaver mentioned in October that they would consider Clinton as a vice-presidential candidate, it set off a firestorm.

"The Clinton campaign was very upset about that ... So I think they probably wouldn't do it to Bernie."

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