Joe Biden On Potential 2016 White House Run: ‘I Think I Could Do A Good Job’



Vice President Joe Biden tells TODAY’s Matt Lauer he’s confident he could “do a good job” in the role of president.

“But that’s not the focus now. My focus now is keeping this recovery moving,” Biden explained. “I have plenty of time to make that decision between now and the summer and I will make the decision in that time frame.”

Joe Biden spoke the morning after President Obama’s State of the Union address, which included a much-discussed line the president threw in after he called for bipartisanship in the new Congress.

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  1. It may sound strange but Mr. Biden has earned a great deal of respect from his years in Congress. I doubt the Democrats will let him run though; pres. is a very different position, and there is the age factor. OTOH, there are many in the GOP who would probably joyfully fund a 2016 Biden run.