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

Joe Biden hasn't made up his mind about whether to run for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2020, but the former vice president is "not closing the door", he said on Monday. "But who knows what the situation is going to be a year and a half from now? I don't have any idea".

Former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden speaks before presenting U.S. Senator John McCain (R-AZ) the 2017 Liberty Medal at the Independence Hall in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S., October 16, 2017.

"But you're not closing the door?" host Savannah Guthrie asked Biden.

"It's mostly the military men that are around him that have been the stable factors in the conduct of the foreign policy, a lot of bravado, but he hasn't changed a whole lot so far", Biden admitted - which is still not exactly naming something Trump is doing well, but bless his heart for trying. If he chooses to run in 2020, Biden will be 77 on Election Day.

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Biden has criticized Trump in recent weeks, saying he "does not understand governance" and did not take a strong stand against white supremacists after a deadly rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, in August. 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.

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. I was for Hillary.

"I've done it a long time", said Biden, who previously ran for president in 1988 and 2008, "and I'm just not sure it's the appropriate thing for me to do".

He does not regret sitting out the race "because it was the right decision for my family", Biden said in an interview with Oprah Winfrey Sunday.

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