Joe Biden might consider making a run for White House 2020

Remigio Civitarese
Mag 19, 2017

Vice President Joe Biden shakes hands with Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner as Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton looks on at center, during the opening session of the joint meeting of the U.S.

Former Vice President Joe Biden had harsh words for former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton on Thursday night.

"I thought I was the correct candidate", Biden said. But that belief seems to be wavering lately, as Biden has alluded to the fact that he believes he could have beaten Trump if he were given the chance, and that he would have loved to have been the president who was in office when cancer (which took the life of his son) was cured. He campaigned for president in 1987, but had to cut his bid short he was accused of plagiarism, to which he later admitted, CNN reported.

According to Fox Business Network, Biden addressed the Democratic presidential nominee's surprise November defeat to President Trump in blunt terms. Bernie Sanders came in second, hypothetically beating Trump by 13 points. If things don't improve, "I may very well do it", he said.

Democrats and Republicans alike are attacking each others' motives rather than their arguments, Biden said.

The former VP said he has been approached by people who want him to stand, but said he has not made a decision.

Former President Barack Obama and Former Vice President Joe Biden arrive for the Presidential Inauguration of President Donald Trump at the Capitol in Washington, D.C., January 20, 2017.

Biden had some inspiring words for the American people with bipartisan politics gripping the nation now, which he described as a "fever" that had to "break". This is America. We all walk around like, 'Oh my God. "Argue like hell ... but show some respect", he said. "Not one." He praised Obama as "absolutely totally competent" and someone who took the job "extremely seriously".

Accepting Obama's offer to become Vice President wasn't easy and Biden even initially turned the job down. But Obama promised him an important seat at the policy table - something the president followed through on.

Despite his financial needs, Biden pledged to give the $200,000 speaking fee for appearing at SALT to charity.

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