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Biden: No Plans to Run in 2020, But 'Foolish' to Rule It Out

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Joe Biden, the former vice president, said he is not planning on running for president in 2020, but it would be "foolish" to rule it out.

"The answer is no. I have no plans on running in 2020," Biden said in a Wednesday NPR interview.

"What people want me to say is that under no circumstances will I run. That would be a foolish thing to say," Biden added.

"I don’t know what’s going to happen two years from now. But, I’ve done nothing organizationally or structurally in any other way to prepare to run for president. That is not in the cards now," Biden said in the NPR interview.

The former vice president also commented Tuesday on whether he would run. Biden would be open to running "if no one steps up," he said in a Snapchat interview, according to The Associated Press.

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Joe Biden, the former vice president, said he is not planning on running for president in 2020, but it would be “foolish” to rule it out.
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