Biden Hints to White House Run at State Dinner in Dover

Remigio Civitarese
Marzo 17, 2019

Joe Biden is the scheduled headliner at a Democratic Party dinner in DE, his home state, as the former vice president considers whether to make another White House run.

Joe Biden, the former vice president and senator from DE, said during a speech Saturday that his record was the most progressive "of anyone running" for president, despite the fact that the political veteran has not declared his candidacy. He quickly corrected himself, saying "anybody who would run - I didn't mean it". Although Biden has been known to go off script, his remark is likely to be viewed as a Washington-style gaffe - a case of accidentally telling the truth. He repeatedly attacked the president, Donald Trump, accusing him of stoking division and anger, and bemoaned that the ascendant "new left" of his own party has criticised him for being cordial towards Republicans.

Biden accused Trump of backing away from America's role as a leader on the world stage and abandoning its allies. He said it's no coincidence that "fake news" - one of Trump's favourite labels - "has become the phrase of choice for every despot terrorising his people".

In his third day of presidential campaigning, O'Rourke also called the field of Democratic hopefuls "the best we've ever seen" while noting that he's the only candidate from the U.S. -Mexico border, which he said "dominates so much of our national conversation".

Although Biden has extensively discussed running for president in 2020, he has held off on making a formal announcement.

But that didn't stop the friendly home-state crowd from reveling in the idea that will jump in.

Longtime Biden adviser Sonia Schorr Sloan said: "I told him recently I have one campaign left in me". "He looks like he's ready for a fight".

"I am not up here to break any news tonight", Carney told the crowd.

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