The former Vice-President Joe Biden took a swipe at Hillary Clinton on Thursday, saying that after further reflection, she was a “good candidate” for the presidency.
The former VP, who is letting the door open just a crack to a possible 2020 run, spoke at a hedge-Fund manager conference in Las Vegas.
According to a report in The street, Biden, the democratic presidential nomination addressed, a surprise. November against President Trump, blunt terms.
He said it was an “excellent candidate” and that “No man or woman should announce for the presidency, unless you really believe that … that was the moment in the history of the nation, they are the best qualified person to tackle the problems of the country.”
Biden can also muses publicly about his own plans. He allegedly said that he lead his family right now, but if it looks like he is the best person to, “I can do very well.”
“Could I? Yes. I Would? Probably not,” Biden allegedly said.
According to another account in Business Insider, Biden nor Clinton said had a very “good” President.
But the knock on their fitness as the party flag-bearer candidate was amazing, considering how tirelessly the President Obama and other democratic personalities campaigned for her last fall.
Clinton has been discussing in the last weeks of a period of time of privacy and reflection to last year’s defeat. In public statements, the debt of the campaign E-Mail has partially leaks tied to Russia and the former FBI Director, James Comey to reconsider the decision, your own personal E-Mail-scandal days before the election, only to close the case again in the last few hours.