Walter Mondale, Former US Vice President Is Dead

Walter Mondale
FILE PHOTO: Minnesota Democratic candidate for the U.S. Senate and former Vice President Walter Mondale makes a point during his debate with Republican candidate Norm Coleman at the Fitzgerald Theater in St. Paul, Minnesota, November 4, 2002. REUTERS/Mike Segar/File Photo

Walter Mondale, Former United States of America Vice President is reportedly dead, and at the age of 93.

Although the cause of his death was not revealed, his family in a statement on Monday, April 19 said:

“It is with profound sadness that we share news that our beloved dad passed away today in Minneapolis, Minnesota,”

Joe Biden speaking on his death said:

“There have been few senators, before or since, who commanded such universal respect. … It was Walter Mondale who defined the vice presidency as a full partnership, and helped provide a model for my service.”

While the current Vice President, Kamala Harris in a statement said:

“Each time I open my desk drawer and see his signature there, alongside the signatures of 11 other Vice Presidents, I will be reminded of and grateful for Vice President Mondale’s life of service,”

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