Just a few months ago, it appeared Uncle Joe was set on his way to run for 2020.
Today, Uncle Joe may not be so sure of himself.
Joe Biden said he is not “a candidate at this point.”
Interestingly, Biden is leading Trump in a hypothetical match up.
LONDON — One of the most vocal defenders of the rules-based international order widely considered under threat by President Donald Trump’s administration insisted Wednesday he had not yet decided whether to challenge for the presidency in 2020.
"I am not a candidate at this point," Former Vice President Joe Biden told USA TODAY following a speech at Chatham House, a London-based global affairs think tank.
Biden passed on an opportunity to run for president after the death of his 46-year-old son Beau from cancer in 2015, but his name has emerged at the top of lists of prominent Democrats believed to be seriously considering a run for president.
In London, Biden said he was not currently planning to run against Trump. However, he also failed to rule it out, saying that he "had not made any decisions at this point." Biden previously said he would decide by January whether to run in the election.
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