From NBC's Alex Wall
Former New Jersey Sen. Bill Bradley (D-NJ) said he would not accept a vice presidential offer from Obama in a conference call this afternoon.
When asked about the position by NBC's Andrea Mitchell, Bradley replied with a simple "no" and continued to discuss Obama's meeting on the economy.
Bradley characterized the meeting as a "good exchange and free flow of discussion" while calling it a "very positive day." He later added, "the meeting that was held here today is an example of Barack Obama putting the economy number one on his agenda."