Trump administration officials may see Elizabeth Warren as their greatest threat in 2020, but maybe they should keep an eye on Joe Biden.
The former vice president told attendees at a hedge fund conference in Las Vegas Thursday evening that he hasn’t ruled out running against Trump in the next election, when Biden will be almost 78 years old.
“I may very well do it,” Biden said about running for office again, according to CNN.
But first, Biden said he has to focus on putting his family back together as he and his loved ones continue to deal with the May 2015 death of his son Beau. Read more (5/19/17)
Former Vice President Joe Biden announced Thursday the launch of a political action committee, stirring speculation he may attempt to challenge Donald Trump for the presidency in 2020.
“Thinking big is stamped into the DNA of the American soul,” Biden wrote in a Medium post announcing the American Possibilities PAC. “That’s why the negativity, the pettiness, the small-mindedness of our politics today drives me crazy. It’s not who we are.”
The announcement has been seen as a possible indicator the former vice president is considering a 2020 presidential campaign. Read more (6/1/17)
53% of white people … I don’t wanna hear anymore BS about blaming millennials, or third party voters, or Russia, or anything else until we stay focused on addressing the REAL problem: white voters.
Whiteness — more than education, age, class and more than gender — was the most reliable indicator of whether someone was likely to vote for Trump. Including non-Black people of color who are white-passing, or who self-identify as white.
If you’re foolish enough to think Trump is so bad that just anybody can beat him in 2020 (kinda like everyone thought in 2016, remember?) then you really haven’t been paying attention. Despite what they might say publicly, a majority of white people love Trump.