In his new memoir, “Promise Me, Dad: A Year of Hope, Hardship, and Purpose,” former vice president Joe Biden details how he had kept himself busy while coping with his son Beau’s cancer diagnosis by charting the course for a possible campaign, NBC News reported.
Biden writes in the book that his campaign “was going to go big. Because frankly, at this point in my career and after all my family had been through, anything less just wasn’t worth it.”
“So many of the presidential campaigns that summer seemed locked in the past. A fight over what happened, what went wrong, what America lost. If I ran, I wanted to paint a picture of America’s future, what we could become, how everyone could be dealt back into the deal.” Read more at The Hill.