Joe Biden

Joe Biden Takes First Steps Toward 2020 White House Run

The left’s insistence that Donald Trump is an “illegitimate” President has spurred quite a few Trump contenders to get started on their 2020 plans, even though we are only four months and some change into Trump’s first term.

Hillary Clinton has been forcing herself to be seen in public in recent weeks, after holing up in her secluded upstate New York compound in the months immediately following her embarrassing loss to Donald Trump in the 2016 contest.  Should her precarious, secret health situation suddenly take a turn for the worst, it has been rather apparent that democratic forces are beginning to groom former first daughter Chelsea Clinton for a possible shot at the White House as well, lest the Clinton Crime Family be shut out of the halls of government for too long.

Beyond the obvious Clinton menagerie eyeing a campaign for the Oval Office in 2020, there are a bevy of other possible candidates slowly creeping toward political suicide within the fractured and imploding democratic party.  Bernie Sanders has yet to say either way what his plans are, but his support base is more than ready to mobilize for the democratic socialist.  Celebrities such as Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Kanye West have both expressed interest in a possible campaign, although their levels of realistic thought on the subject have yet to be determined.

Now, it seems that former Vice President Joe Biden is making preliminary moves for his own White House aspirations.

“Former Vice President Joe Biden launched a super PAC Thursday to support Democratic candidates, potentially paving the way for a 2020 bid for the presidency.

“The super PAC is named ‘American Possibilities’ and will reportedly be ‘dedicated to electing people who believe that this country is about dreaming big, and supporting groups and causes that embody that spirit,’ Politico reports.

 “Biden has hired his former political director Greg Schultz to be the PAC’s executive director.”

Besides the obvious lifting of Trump’s “Make America Great Again” spirit in the naming of his Super PAC, Biden certainly seems to be preying upon the emotions of democrats who are accustomed to cookie-cutter politicians occupying the Oval Office.

Biden, who served quietly under democratic disaster Barack Obama, briefly considered his own run for President in 2016 on the democratic ticket.  The passing of his son, Beau Biden, deterred him.

 

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