The problem with this scenario is that in terms of power and influence, the veep slot would be a step down for Hillary.
There's something comforting about the way veep portrays Selina and her quest for power in the disingenuous world of politics.
Scandal joins Orange Is the New Black, veep, Breaking Bad, and The Good Wife on the TV list.
But all veep needs to rise to its status as one of the best comedies on TV is some four-letter words.
They have watched Westminster satire The Thick of It, and veep, its HBO Washington-set cousin.
Wass was a veep, one of the criminal parasites dabbling in human misery along more than one solar lane.
Not much political personality, but, hell, he's only running for veep.
And he was a prisoner with a very uncertain future, depending upon the will of the veep and a man named Hume.
The veep and the Secretary of State resigned, but it didn't save their necks.
As far as Vye knew the veep had not yet recovered his full senses, he might never do so.
1949, American English headline word, coined from V.P., abbreviation of vice president.
A person who presents a program of music videos, esp on television
[1982+; fr the pronunciation of the initial letters of video jockey, after DJ (disc jockey)]