Crazy Uncle Joe is back at it again, this time instead of getting touchy-feely with some poor lady and sharing creepy smiles in awkward photos, he’s chit-chatting about a potential presidential run in 2020.
Yes, it seems there is a slight possibility you could see Biden hit the campaign trail once again, this time around going for the highest office in the land.
While the former vice president isn’t coming out and saying he’s for sure going to run — it’s a little early for that — he is making it clear that he’s not “shutting the door” on it either.
This, my friends, is what nightmares are made of.
Former Vice President Joe Biden did not rule out launching a presidential campaign in 2020 during an interview on NBC’s “Today” show.
“I honest to God haven’t made up my mind about that,” Biden said of entering the race to challenge President Donald Trump. “I’m not closing the door. I’ve been around too long.”
Biden, 74, said he is “a great respecter of fate” but is unsure “what the situation is going to be in a year-and-a-half.”
“I don’t have any idea,” he said. “I’m in good health now. I’m in good shape, but I just don’t know. Honest to God, that’s the truth.”
In the meantime, Biden said he wants to focus on his new book, “Promise Me Dad,” about his son, Beau, and his battle with brain cancer. Beau Biden died at 46 in 2015. The former vice president said his son’s death impacted his decision not to seek the Democratic nomination for president in the 2016 election.
Asked if he thinks he could have defeated Trump in last year’s election, Biden replied, “Oh gosh, I don’t know.”
“The polling data at the time said yes, but I wasn’t in the race, you’ve got to be in the race. It’s a tough game,” he said.
Pretty sure the last thing this country needs is anyone from the Obama administration sitting in the Oval Office.
And especially not Joe Biden.
That being said, with all of the shenanigans the Democratic Party continues to push, it seems, at this point in time, highly unlikely they’ll be taking the White House any time soon.
Perhaps they ought to focus more on changing their platform to make it more appealing to the average Americans? Just a thought.