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"If she needs a ticket, have her give me a call," Weaver said, adding, "I think we have a couple; we can give her one."
"We would love to have debates: The more debates, the better," Weaver said Monday on CNN. "It's healthy for the Democratic Party to have more debates."
—Updated at 1:03 p.m.