It’s no secret that Joe Biden regrets not running after Hillary’s implosion; but hindsight is 2020.
And now that hindsight has become foresight for 2020 in view of the reality that the Democrat Party has a very shallow bench of potential presidential candidates to take on President Trump.
And that might explain why Joe Biden is returning to New Hampshire for a major political dinner, the sort of event that serves as preparation for early primary campaign operations.
This could get interesting very quickly.
Here’s more from Hotair…
Despite repeatedly telling reporters that he was most likely moving on to other things, the idea of Joe Biden riding to the rescue of the currently dysfunctional Democratic Party in the next presidential election is far from going out of style. The latest round of will he or won’t he popped up again this weekend when it was revealed that the former Vice President will be appearing in New Hampshire tonight. And you know what that means, right? (CNN)
Joe Biden’s return to this early primary state of New Hampshire already has Democrats buzzing: Does he have one more race left in him?
The former vice president is slated to speak at the famous McIntyre-Shaheen dinner Sunday night, in a state that the 74-year-old has come to know well through two unsuccessful presidential campaigns of his own and two more as a running mate.
Biden has hardly shied away from the public spotlight since leaving office over three months ago, after having spent eight years as Obama’s deputy and 36 years as a US senator from Delaware prior to that. And he’s done little in the last 100 days to persuade his supporters that he has completely shut the door to a 2020 presidential run.