Published: Mon, November 13, 2017
Entertaiment | By Paul Elliott

Biden: I Wouldn't Have Replaced Hillary

Biden: I Wouldn't Have Replaced Hillary

Joe Biden's book provides more information about why he decided not to run for president in 2016.

"I think there's real reason why a lot of middle class people are legitimately concerned with digitalization, artificial intelligence, whether there are gonna be jobs in the future", Biden said.

On to discuss his new book Promise Me, Dad: A Year of Hope, Hardship, and goal, a memoir about his last moments with late son Beau Biden, the former vice president was quizzed about his much-hyped 2020 ambitions.

"I'm not closing the door". The painful subject forms the story of his new memoir, 'Promise Me, Dad, ' set for release this week.

"I'm a great respecter of fate, but who knows what the situation is going to be in a year-and-a-half?" Kasich ran for the Republican nomination in 2016, losing out to President Trump. She wrote that she contemplated initiating the process to replace Hillary Clinton as the presidential nominee with Biden in the aftermath of a fainting episode by Clinton.


The former Democrat VP hasn't ruled out running in 2020.

However, Biden said on "Today" that the first time he had heard about that plan was in Brazile's book, and asserted he would never have agreed to the deal. He says not long before the election, "It hit me like a ton of bricks, there was no discussion of Issues" in her campaign.

"She would have been a first-rate president, and at that point I had made the judgment well before that that I was not prepared to run for president". Biden will be 76 by the time the next Presidential election comes around, just 2 years older than Trump will be at that time.

On Sunday, an interview between Biden and Oprah Winfrey in which Biden admitted that he regrets never being President - believing that he had a lot of potential and so many things he wanted to achieve.

"Oh gosh, I don't know, " he said.

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