Biden says he may run for president, Hillary wasn't the right candidate

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"It's gotten so personal but it's going to come back because you can't govern this country no matter who you are without generating a consensus", Biden said.

Former Vice President Joe Biden took a swipe at Hillary Clinton on Thursday, saying upon further reflection she wasn't a "great candidate" for president.

Who nearly ran for president, but then didn't, and now won't stop talking about it, while being just as indecisive about a 2020 run.

"At this point, no one in my family or I have made the judgment to run", Biden said.

"I think I could have won", Biden said in March speech at Colgate University. This is America. We all walk around like, 'Oh my God.

On the fractured political landscape in D.C., Biden said, "The public is sick of it".

Biden also offered advice to the Congress.

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In October 2016, just days before the general election, Biden said during an interview that he thought he could have defeated Clinton in the Democratic primary.

"I thought I was the correct candidate", Biden said.

Obama administration Vice President Joe Biden on Thursday said he could run for president again, but he added that he "probably" wouldn't.

Despite his financial obligations, Biden pledged to donate the $200,000 payment for speaking at the conference to charity, according to CNN.

The 74-year-old also addressed speculation that he could run for president in 2020. In a recent poll by the Democratic firm Public Policy Polling, Biden was shown to have the best chance of beating Trump if the election were held today.

Biden even indicated that he was somewhat hesitant to join the Obama campaign as the running mate, initially turning the job down, CNN notes.

"The former vice president is the ideal speaker to mark the momentum and excitement surrounding the opening of the Fred & Pamela Buffett Cancer Center", said UNMC Chancellor Jeffrey Gold.

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