Sen. Tom Harkin on Vice President Joe Biden and whether he'll run for president and can he beat Hillary Clinton.
By Paige Hymson
This week Vice President Joe Biden announced he’s running, but not for the 2016 presidential nomination. Biden and President Obama jogged through the White House in a comical YouTube video, as part of Michelle Obama’s “Let’s Move” campaign. Biden says “Mr. President, are you ready to move,” to which the duo shows off how they stay fit.
Obama deputy camp. manager Stephanie Cutter says criticism of Joe Biden's "chains" comment is a "distraction."
"This faux outrage by Mitt Romney, complaining and whining about the tone of this race is really completely hypocritical."
Vice President Joe Biden talks about his political future and whether he is running for president in 2016.
Vice President Joe Biden leaves the door open to a 2016 run from Candy's exclusive interview airing this Sunday at 9am/Noon ET.
Candy previews her exclusive interview with Vice President Joe Biden, who touted the NATO mission in Libya.
The full interview with Vice President Biden will air on State of the Union this Sunday at 9am/Noon ET.