In her Saturday op-ed column, New York Times writer Maureen Dowd reported that Joe Biden is thinking about running for the Democratic nomination. According to Dowd, Biden’s decision was prompted by the dying wish of his son, Beau Biden. Read more...
Joseph Robinette “Beau” Biden III died of brain cancer on May 30, 2015. Beau Biden was an attorney, an Army officer, Iraq War veteran, Delaware Attorney General, a husband, a brother, a father and the son of Vice President Joe Biden and Mrs. Jill Biden. In my opinion, Beau Biden was a good man. His [...]Show More Summary
Vice President Joe Biden "is 90 percent in" when it comes to making a decision about running for the White House, according to one political adviser. Biden’s advisers told ABC News that "his political team has been ramping up in recent...Show More Summary
If he joins the race, this would be the third time Biden has sought the presidency. The post Joe Biden Reportedly Considering Run For President appeared first on ThinkProgress.
Media mogul Rupert Murdoch weighed in Sunday on news that Vice President Joe Biden may be considering a 2016 presidential run. The billionaire head of News Corp. suggested Biden’s entry would spice up the race among Democratic candidates, a field thus far dominated by Hillary Clinton....
A Biden for President campaign is probably doomed. Not because of who Joe Biden is but because of what he is: vice president of the United States. Voting for Biden would mean voting for a third term for Barack Obama. When the incumbent President isn't running for re-election, the vice president typically runs. Show More Summary
We normally accept Joe Biden for simply being who he is. This however, is just ewwwww….. According to Secret Service expert and best selling author Ronald Kessler, Biden likes to
Welcome to Trail Guide, your daily tour along the road to the White House. Here's what we're watching Sunday, Aug. 2: Will Vice President Joe Biden leap into the 2016 presidential race? A decision isn't expected until September, but questions about his possible candidacy made news this weekend....
On Sunday’s Good Morning America, ABC reporter Mary Bruce went to bat for Vice President Joe Biden as he contemplates a potential White House run in 2016.
Vice President Joe Biden's associates have resumed discussions about a 2016 presidential run after largely shelving such deliberations while his son was sick and dying earlier this year. But Biden has yet to tell his staff whether he...Show More Summary
Vice President Joe Biden and his associates “have begun to actively explore a possible presidential campaign, which would upend the Democratic field and deliver a direct threat to Hillary Clinton, several people who have spoken to Mr. Biden or his [...]
The latest news about Joe Biden considering a bid for the Democratic presidential nomination is hardly a surprise. Joe Biden has always considered running for President in 2016. A year and a half ago, in February, 2014, he told ABC he couldn't... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
WASHINGTON -- Days after Joe Biden buried his son Beau in early June, the 72-year-old vice president was saying privately that he had concluded that he “didn’t have the heart” or the drive to run for president in 2016. At the time, Biden...Show More Summary
New York Times says US vice president is "actively exploring" 2016 candidacy at the urging of his son, who died in May.
Joe Biden’s dying son, just before succumbing to brain cancer two months ago, begged his father to make him a promise: to run for President.
Vice-President Joe Biden organized meetings at his Washington home to decide on running for the US presidency, as that is what his late son encouraged him to do before dying in May.
Update: In response to the New York Times report that Joe Biden is considering entering the presidential race, Will Pierce, the head of the Draft Biden 2016 super-PAC, says: "We aren't surprised that he's positioning himself to make this difficult decision. He is better poised to run for President today than... More »
The New York Times is reporting that Vice President Joe Biden is now actively exploring a potential presidential campaign. Biden's associates, led by his chief of staff, Steve Ricchetti, have apparently begun gauging interest from major players in the Democratic party as well as large Democratic donors, who either aren’t already... More »
The vice president’s advisers are reaching out to Democrats who have not yet committed to Hillary Rodham Clinton or are concerned she is vulnerable.