Joe Biden has been very public about his desire to run for president. However, most people believe that he won’t be able to run due to his advancing age, poor poll numbers, and cognitive decline. A decision on his future is expected early next year. The White House has maintained that Biden intends to run.
During a meeting with tribal leaders at the White House on Wednesday night, Biden stated that he is not sure if he will run for president in 2020.
Biden was presented with a plaque acknowledging his achievements as the greatest president in history. He then dismissed a member of the audience who shouted "four more years!"
Biden noted that no other president has done more for the country than the current administration. He thanked the audience and said that he is committed to serving the country.
The audience member who was making jokes yelled out, "Four more years!" The response from Biden was, "Oh, I don't know about that."
In 2019, Biden's former press secretary, Jean-Pierre, stated that the former vice president planned to run for president in 2024. He also said that if Donald Trump were to become the nominee, it would increase his desire to run for president in 2020. Biden noted that he would not run against Trump if he were the candidate.
Donald Trump is the only person who has declared their intention to run for president of the Republican Party in 2024.
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