[Ed. – Wrong again.]
Former Vice President Joe Biden said Tuesday that he’ll made a decision about his political future at the beginning of next year.
He signaled after casting his vote in Wilmington that he’s ready to take on Donald Trump if he opts in to what’s likely to be a crowded 2020 field.
The retired U.S. senator took several jabs at the sitting president over repeated complaints about alleged voter fraud as he participated in an impromptu news conference.
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Biden told NBC News, ‘I guarantee he’ll challenge the legitimacy of the vote. He’s still looking for that million crowd that was there for his inauguration, for God’s sake.’
Run-down from promoting Democrats across the country at a presidential-level clip, Biden’s voice cracked as he spoke to reporters on Election Day from his polling place in Delaware.
He told press parked in a hallway as it poured on the East Coast that he still doesn’t know whether he’ll seek the presidency in 2020 and will soon make an internal assessment.