Joe Biden: 'I'm Not Closing The Door' on 2020 Run

Former Vice President Joe Biden did not rule out the possibility of a potential presidential run against Donald Trump in 2020 during an interview on TODAY Monday. "The polling data at the time said yes, but I wasn't in the race, you've got to be in the race".

His comments came in an interview with Snapchat's "Good Luck America" set to be released Tuesday morning, in one of Biden's first on-camera interviews since leaving office in January. "I'm not taking names, I'm not raising money, I'm not talking to anybody, but something's got to happen".

According to the Independent, Biden has had 'stern words for Clinton.' Purportedly, he was never a major supporter of the failed Democrat candidate for the Presidency, although he campaigned relentlessly for her whilst on the campaign trail. "We're getting there and I want to focus on my boy", Biden said.

Biden was interviewed alongside Ohio Gov. John Kasich, a Republican, at the University of DE last month. After being diagnosed with brain cancer in August 2013, medical complications forced Beau Biden to step down from his role as the Attorney General of DE in January 2015, but, without his income, Beau's family were put in a hard financial situation.

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"I've done it a long time", the former senator from DE said. Biden is launching a month-long tour to promote the book's publication. "And I'd much prefer to be helping someone turn it around than being the guy trying to turn it around".

But Biden, who's been open about his financial struggles, said that he's always understood and represented the middle class and would connect better than Trump has with the "rust belt" and working class voters.

In an interview last week, Biden said he was not mentally prepared to run for president in 2016, even though he thought he was the most qualified person for the job. "I think we have to respond and let them know there's significant hope". "You hold the pen and the Lord will write the sentence", he said.

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