Former Vice President Walter Mondale dies at 93

Former US Vice President Walter F. Mondale died Monday. He was 93. Mondale lost the 1984 presidential election to Ronald Reagan, 525 electoral votes to 13, after bluntly telling voters to expect a tax increase if he won. (April 20)

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WALTER F. MONDALE: Unanimous consent agreement. And I was the only person who sent it. It was late in the afternoon. And then I went through the motion.

[LAUGHTER]

The way they're playing things, they'll say that Carter withdraws his endorsement with that anyway.

[LAUGHTER]

I am honored. I am honored by Minnesota, by all the people of this country that have permitted me to wage this fight. What an honor it is.

- Hello, Mr. President, how are you?

[CHATTER]

- Yes.

- How are you?

- Fine.

- [CHATTER]

WALTER F. MONDALE: How are you? Nice to--