Cory Booker, the New Jersey Senator, has spoken of his “dream job” in the future, but what he might actually be doing in that future has never been explained. 

Booker’s comments in the NYT article reflect a shift in his position as he continues to be considered one of the top contenders to become President Donald Trump’s pick for vice president.

The comments reflect a desire to expand his legacy in a more meaningful way. 

When asked about the future of the US, Booker said: “I’m going to be very proud to be a senator.

I don’t think there’s a greater American who could do it.

I’m a better man, more focused, more committed, more caring. 

In the past few years, Booker has become a national figure, a national celebrity, and a cultural phenomenon.

He has been lauded for his work in the US Senate, for his advocacy on behalf of immigrants and refugees, and for his outspoken views on racial justice and social justice issues.

Booker was born in Newark, New Jersey in 1962.

He graduated from New Jersey State University in 1984 with a degree in political science.

Booker became a senator in the 1990s and served in the Senate from 2003 to 2009.

In 2007, Booker was appointed to a US District Court judge position in the Eastern District of New York.

Booker was re-elected to the Senate in 2018 and 2018, and was reelected twice more in 2020.

In 2017, Booker defeated the incumbent Republican Senator Chuck Schumer in the Democratic primary to be the first Muslim to serve in the United States Senate.

In 2017, he defeated Senator Chuck Grassley in the Republican primary to become the first Jewish Republican to be elected to the United State Senate.

In 2016, Booker won the US Presidency with the Democratic Party, defeating the Republican Party’s choice, Senator Ted Cruz, in the general election. 

While Booker is a liberal Democrat, he has been a staunch opponent of the Trump Administration and has been critical of the President’s policies.

Booker has been accused of being a “liberal liberal” for his opposition to the President.