WASHINGTON, Aug 24 (Reuters) - The White House on Monday praised the political acumen and experience of U.S. Vice President Joe Biden, who is considering whether to run for president in the November 2016 election. President Barack Obama...Show More Summary
We don't know yet if Vice President Joe Biden will run for President, but when it comes to support from his current boss, consider it locked...
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Vice President Joe Biden is "increasingly leaning toward" a 2016 presidential bid, according to a news report.
On Monday, all three network morning shows gushed over Vice President Joe Biden meeting with left-wing Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren over the weekend, with hosts and correspondents excited by the prospect of a Biden-Warren ticket in 2016.
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Rick Klein: “Agita does not necessarily mean an opening. That’s an important distinction to Vice President Joe Biden, as he considers a run that would inject high drama and countless new storylines into what was supposed to be a march [...]
“The vice president has not made a decision about his political future,” a spokeswoman for Joe Biden told the Wall Street Journal over the weekend. “Anyone speculating that he has made a decision is wrong.” Put...
Vice President Joe Biden and Hillary Clinton would make equally formidable opponents in the race for the White House, Donald Trump said Sunday as he and other Republican candidates aimed their darts at the Democratic frontrunner. Growing speculation about Biden’s plans were further fueled by...
Only one sitting vice president has been elected to the presidency over the last 175 years; seven others have tried and failed.
More prominent Democrats on Sunday cracked open the door for Vice President Joe Biden to enter the race for the Democratic presidential nomination as party front-runner Hillary Clinton battled questions over her use of a private email server. California Governor Jerry Brown told NBC’s Meet...
Vice President Joe Biden “is increasingly leaning toward entering the 2016 race, illustrating how, with just six months before the first presidential nominating contests, both major parties’ campaigns are in a state of flux,” the Wall Street Journal reports. “Mr. [...]
Vice President Joe Biden, who has long been considering a presidential bid, is increasingly leaning toward entering the race if it is still possible he can knit together a competitive campaign at this late date, people familiar with the matter said. Show More Summary
(John Hinderaker) The Wall Street Journal reports that Vice President Joe Biden is inclined to run for president: Vice President Joe Biden, who has long been considering a presidential bid, is increasingly leaning toward entering the...Show More Summary
The August deadline for Vice President Joe Biden’s 2016 decision is most likely out the door by this point. While the window for the decision has...
Vice President Joe Biden held a short, previously unannounced sit-down with Sen. Elizabeth Warren at his Naval Observatory home on Saturday night, immediately sending speculation through the roof that he is getting closer to announcing a presidential run. Show More Summary
Vice President Joe Biden spent time over the weekend exploring a possible presidential bid, and his supporters took to the airwaves Sunday to portray him as a natural choice for the Democratic party’s nomination.
Gov. Jerry Brown talked presidential politics on NBC's "Meet the Press," sounding off on Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders' candidacy, Hillary Rodham Clinton's email and the chance that Vice President Joe Biden would enter the race.
A handful of prominent Democrats echoed growing calls Sunday for Vice President Joe Biden to jump into the 2016 presidential race.
As rumors continue to swirl around the prospect of Vice President Joe Biden pursuing a run for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination, fellow Democrats on Sunday said they would welcome him to the race. “It would be nice to have one more lifelong Democrat in the race,” former Maryland Gov. Show More Summary