Former US Vice President Walter Mondale passed away Monday at the age of 93 Axios Based on a family spokesperson. He served as vice president under Jimmy Carter between 1977 and 1981.
Carter (96) and Mundell were the remaining president and vice president in US history.
In 1984, Mundell was the presidential candidate for the Democratic Party. His running mate was Geraldine Ferraro, who became her first running mate. In the end he lost to Republican Ronald Reagan.
Before becoming the forty-second vice president, he was a Senator from Minnesota. During Bill Clinton’s first administration, he went to work as ambassador to Japan.
Mundell, according to Axios On Sunday, he called President Joe Biden and former Presidents Carter and Clinton. He also has one goodbye message Sent to 320 former employees. He writes in it how dear former colleagues were to him.
Mondale had three children from his wife Joan, who passed away in 2014. His family reported Monday that he had died a “quiet, natural death.”
Walter Mundell (center) speaks to the Senate by President Jimmy Carter in 1977.
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