Biden in 2016?

Washington (CNN) – Vice President Joe Biden met with Democratic Party delegates Tuesday afternoon, the latest move he’s made over the past few days that could be considered an early signal that the vice president may be laying the groundwork for a possible 2016 run for the White House.

The vice president greeted Democratic National Committee delegates at the Omni Shoreham hotel in the nation’s capital, where they were gathered for the DNC’s annual winter meeting.

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  • John_Wayne_American

    Please, Please Please run Uncle Joe… we have 4 more years of soundbites to gather, they will be the funniest commercials ever produced… The man like his speeches, is a joke.

  • Kevin Flanagan

    What about the brain damaged Hillary Clinton?

  • Tim Heise

    I hope he runs. He hope Deval Patrick (Gov of MA) does not run. He’d win like Obama has.