Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Hillary Clinton's Camp Trying To Intimidate Joe Biden Into Not Running For President

Barack Obama, Joe Biden and Hillary Clinton

U.S. President Barack Obama and Jill Biden, the wife of Vice President, Joe Biden, are eager for him to run for office with the goal of becoming America's head of state. However, not everyone is happy about this news regarding Biden's potential candidacy. Namely former Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton. Politico is reporting Clinton is leaning on Biden in trying to intimate him into not running for president.

According to polls, Clinton was the frontrunner in the 2016 presidential election. Now thanks to an email scandal regarding Clinton, being investigated by the FBI, she is no longer the front runner, having been replaced by Republican rival, Donald Trump. Lesser known rival, Democrat, Bernie Sanders, is also beating Clinton in polls for her party's nomination to run against the Republican nominee for President of the United States.


Biden insiders feel Clinton stalking

09/22/15, 05:05 AM EDT - Joe Biden isn’t running for president yet, but Hillary Clinton’s already running against him. Clinton and her aides have their line—the vice president deserves the time and space to decide, they repeat over and over and over—and so far they’ve held off the heavy artillery.

Instead, they’re firing warning shots. Tightly targeted warning shots. The hints from the campaign come in heavy: Biden would be to Clinton’s right if he ran, more out of touch with the party’s progressive base. Surrogates have sounded off, questioning his chances and his political abilities, wondering if he’d be up to the job. Clinton even leapt in herself, bringing him up out of nowhere as she spoke to a woman in a diner last week in New Hampshire to knock him for how disappointing he’d been when they were working on the bankruptcy bill in the Senate.

That was followed by her campaign chair John Podesta, sprinkling a little of his own shade in front of the pro-Clinton Priorities super PAC in New York—it’s already too late for Biden to mount a real challenge, and he’s not going to decide for a few more weeks on top of that.