Joe Biden on 2016: ‘There’s a chance’

21 Jan 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Biden Says There’s ‘a Chance’ He’ll Run for White House in 2016.

Because it’s the day after President Obama’s State of the Union address, Vice President Joe Biden is making the media rounds to talk about the administration’s agenda, the speech and on CBS ‘This Morning’, the deflategate controversy in the NFL. “I tell you what, having been a receiver, I like a softer ball that’s all I can tell you,” he said, adding that he was a wide receiver and “wasn’t bad at it.” Biden told ABC’s “Good Morning America” Wednesday that he sees the contest for the Democratic nomination for president as “wide open,” even though former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton — widely considered a front-runner — has yet to announce her candidacy. “Yes, there is a chance,” Biden, 72, said in the interview. “But I haven’t made my mind up about that. Biden said he’s not lacking in confidence on his ability to perform well as the top White House dog — that he knows he could do a “good job” but that he’s not really focused on the notion right now. “[I could] do a good job,” he said during an interview with Matt Lauer on the “Today” show. “But that’s not the focus now. There were no reports of injuries, and an individual was questioned later in the evening. “So a car must’ve been going by at a fairly high rate of speed.

He’s almost always been the last on the list — or near the last on the list — of possible Democratic candidates for the White House, The Huffington Post said. One survey from December, for instance, only gave him a 2 percent favorability rating with constituents who were asked to name their pick for the next president, the news outlet reported.

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