Washington (CNN) - Vice President Joe Biden appeared at a closed-door fundraiser in South Carolina Friday and delivered what one attendee called “an Elizabeth Warren-type speech” about the struggles of America’s middle class, remarks that were well-received by a room full of influential primary state Democrats.
Biden did not mention his own White House ambitions. But several Democrats at the event were struck by one remark he made about Bill Clinton’s presidency: Three sources there told CNN that Biden said the fraying of middle-class economic security did not begin during President George W. Bush’s terms, but earlier, in the “later years of the Clinton administration.” Biden, of course, could face off against former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for the Democratic nomination in 2016 if they both decide to run.
originally posted by: tothetenthpower
Now this is interesting.
originally posted by: dukeofjive696969
Jeb Bush Vs Hillary clinton
originally posted by: MoorishDescent
I'd be very shocked if we have another president after Obama. I really think he's going to be the last one.
originally posted by: grandmakdw
a reply to: tothetenthpower
That ticket is a conservatives wet dream! Please, a perfect ticket for a Dem grand slam loss. There is so much buffoonery on the part of "old Joe" to make hay out of. Yes, I'd love it. Maybe a libertarian would finally stand a chance.