Joe Biden seems to think he would still fit into a Democratic Party for a presidential run in 2020. There are dozens and dozens of pictures on the internet of him getting a little too comfortable with women. The #MeToo movement might have a problem with that.
Still, he’s apparently considering it.
The Hill reports:
Biden telling policy aides 2020 run a real possibility: report
Adding to months of speculation, former Vice President Joe Biden recently told longtime policy aides that a White House campaign in 2020 is a real possibility, The Associated Press reported Sunday.
Biden met with several aides at his office near Capitol Hill to plan for his new diplomacy center. During the meeting, he reportedly told those in attendance — including his former chief of staff, his former national security adviser and a former State Department official — that he had not decided about 2020.
He indicated to his longtime aides that he’d be interested in them joining his campaign if he decides to make a run for the White House, The Associated Press reported.
A spokesperson for Biden declined to comment to the AP.
Biden, 75, is considered a strong Democratic presidential nominee if he runs. He has repeatedly indicated in public he is considering a campaign, but has not made a final decision.
Would he even make it through the primary? His party has drifted pretty far to the left.