Joe Biden has dropped hints that he will run for President in 2016. On Jan. 21, The Daily Caller reported that Vice President Biden likely has plans to run in the 2016 election based on the hints that he has dropped over the past several months. As Barack Obama's second inauguration took place on Monday, many found themselves looking past the next four years -- and Biden's name has come up.
According to The Daily Caller, Biden has been keeping his relationship with New Hampshire and Iowa on good terms -- these states are crucial for a nomination. During the last election, Biden was asked if he thought that would be the last time that he'd see his name on the ballot -- if it would be the last time he'd vote for himself.
Joe Biden hinted, "No, I don't think so." Biden would like to keep the democrats in the White House so why not run himself? He is one of the names (along with Hillary Clinton) that have topped the potential democratic candidates. Some people aren't too thrilled about this, but others are in full support of either potential candidate.
Biden certainly has not ruled out a Presidential run. He doesn't seem to be too open about it though, focusing on his job at hand as the VP of the United States for the next four years. Would you vote for Biden if he ran for President in 2016?
Joe Biden's hints will likely keep coming over the few years, that is, if he does indeed plan to run.
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