Biden on Clinton: 'I never thought she was the correct candidate'

Biden isn't ruling out 2020 run for president

"I never thought she was the correct candidate. I thought I was a great candidate".

Asked if he will seek the presidency in 2020, when he would be nearly 78 years old, Biden said: "Could I? Yes. Would I? Probably not", according to CNN.

Biden also made allusion to the state of the country, President Obama went eight years "without a single scandal", Biden said to applause. Plenty of the "everyday Americans" targeted by Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign might refer to him as "Uncle Joe".

Long known as the poorest man in the US Senate, Biden also said he needs to fulfill several financial promises to his wife, including paying off their mortgage.

Former Vice President Joe Biden weighed in on the candidacy of Hillary Clinton on Thursday night, saying he didn't think she was a "great candidate".

If Biden is shopping for slogan ideas, we like the sound of Make America Sane Again.

"Mr. Biden led the White House Cancer Moonshot to enhance cancer prevention, diagnosis, treatment and care and is now launching his own Biden Cancer Initiative". In a recent poll by the Democratic firm Public Policy Polling, Biden was shown to have the best chance of beating Trump if the election were held today. Biden has said he will spend the rest of his life fighting to eradicate the disease.

"No one should ever seek the presidency unless they're able to devote their whole heart and soul and passion into just doing that".

He made no direct reference to Trump during his speech, for which he donated his $200,000 fee to charity. "Not one." He praised Obama as "absolutely totally competent" and someone who took the job "extremely seriously".



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