Biden Posturing for 2020 Run for the White House?

After the tragic death of his son, Beau, former Vice President Joe Biden waffled back and forth about whether he was going to challenge Hillary Clinton for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination. While I feel for his loss, his statements of not being emotionally ready to tackle a presidential campaign, it told me that he wasn’t emotionally ready to be president either, as a president has to remain strong. He is still waffling and not committing one way or another as to a run in 2020, but some see his current schedule at fundraisers and graduations as his posturing for a future run.

Former Vice President Joe Biden’s upcoming schedule is spawning speculation about whether he will make a bid for the White House in 2020. 

Biden’s forthcoming schedule, detailed in a new article in Politico, contains a variety of Democratic fundraisers and various commencement speeches.

Aides to Biden said the driving force behind his schedule is to stay engaged as the Democratic Party retools following the November presidential election loss.

If one looks at current posturing, a 2020 race could be quite something as it could possibly be a battle between Hillary Clinton, Elizabeth Warren and Joe Biden. Frankly, none of them are worthy of running the nation. All three have proven they cannot be trusted to tell the truth or that they really care about the American people.

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