Hillary Rodham Clinton’s campaign, increasingly worried about the threat of a challenge from Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr., is making a sudden and urgent effort to throw roadblocks into his path. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. Show More Summary
Fox News host Bill O’Reilly accused the American electorate of collective ignorance on Wednesday, saying that a recent poll showing support for Vice President Joe Biden if he ran in 2016 was proof. “There’s no question the machines have allowed the individual American to create...
Mrs. Clinton’s campaign appears to be worried about Vice President Joe Biden making a run for president and has taken steps to ensure her support.
Vice President Joe Biden “has 51 days to decide on a presidential bid — that is, if he wants to appear on the New Hampshire primary ballot,” the Los Angeles Times reports. “The filing period for candidates who wish to [...]
On May 1, 2011, President Barack Obama, Vice President Joe Biden, then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and a number of national security advisors filed into the Situation Room to watch the raid that would eventually lead to OsamaShow More Summary
The pope came to America, Yogi Berra died and the vice president went on Late Night with Stephen Colbert. Three different persons. Three different professions. One common characteristic. One common faith. Pope Francis' state visit became...Show More Summary
Vice President Joe Biden’s schedule over the last month looks a lot like that of a presidential candidate, the Wall Street Journal reports. “Since the beginning of September, Mr. Biden has held events with nearly every Democratic constituency that would [...]
If Vice President Joe Biden announces his presidential candidacy, he would be welcome at the first Democratic Party debate, scheduled for October 13 at the Wynn Las Vegas hotel. The event is hosted by CNN, who has recently announced their eligibility requirements. Show More Summary
Vice President Joe Biden can’t escape questions about whether he will jump into the Democratic presidential primary race – not even at the United Nations General Assembly.
It was Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr.'s turn to chuckle when a foreign counterpart blurted out what everyone was thinking.
A new poll finds that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton would beat billionaire Donald Trump in a general election, Vice President Joe Biden is the most popular Democrat (if he enters the race) — and that Trumps negatives are worse than Clinton’s: Hillary Clinton would beat Donald Trump in a general election match-up if [...]Show More Summary
According to TIME, he is indeed! If Vice President Joe Biden does decide to make a run for the presidency in 2016 he’ll start off the race as the most popular candidate in either party, according to a new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll out Tuesday. In the poll 40 percent of Americans say they have […]
The trail refills with old intrigues, especially those involving a certain vice president who has a schedule full of items to parse.
Will Joe run? It’s the biggest unanswered question hanging over the Democratic primary. The vice president is making some of the traditional campaign stops (late night talk shows, parades and speeches), but he sometimes sounds like a man who’d rather sit this one out. How would a Biden run affect the race? Being a hypothetical […]
Recently I was speaking positively about a potential presidential run by Vice President Joe Biden when a friend told me that I was only doing that because of the tragedies that the Vice President and his family had experienced. After...Show More Summary
Vice President Joe Biden would be well positioned to challenge the Republican presidential field, should he decide to get into the race. A new Wall Street Journal/NBC poll out on Monday showed Biden — who has not announced if he'll join...Show More Summary
Once again revealing their panic that Bernie Sanders could win the Democratic presidential nomination, CNN has moved to break their own rules to allow Vice President Joe Biden, who hasn’t even declared a run, to enter the party’s first debate.
Vice President Joe Biden is racking up relatively good favorability ratings, which are being cited as a reason he might run for president. A poll released Sept. 24 shows Biden with his highest favorable rating ever as measured by the Quinnipiac University poll -- 50 percent -- and his unfavorable rating down to 34 percent. Show More Summary
CNN would allow vice president to take part even if he declares his campaign the day of the event.
Vice President Joe Biden has an extra time buffer to decide if he wants to launch a campaign thanks to CNN's criteria for the first Democratic presidential debate, which the cable news network host in Las Vegas on October 13. On Monday,...Show More Summary