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Joe Biden After Voting: 'The Bad News Is, I'm Not Going Away'

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By    |   Tuesday, 08 Nov 2016 12:52 PM

Vice President Joe Biden voted Tuesday in a high school in Wilmington, Delaware, according to The Washington Post.

When asked about his plans for the future, Biden said, "I'm going to stay involved in all the things I've been involved in my whole life…. my dad used to have an expression, 'It's a lucky person who gets up in the morning, puts both feet on the floor, knows what he's about to do and thinks it still matters'…

"I'm going to still be engaged in American foreign policy, I'm still going to be engaged in violence against women and dealing with income inequity. What platform I do that from I'm not sure yet, but the bad news is I'm not going away."

Concerning the election results, Biden said it could be a very long night or it could be very short, depending on what happens in the key swing state of Florida.

Last month, Politico reported that Biden was at the top of Hillary Clinton's short list for secretary of state, according to a source familiar with the Democratic nominee's transition team.

However, Biden has said he does not want to serve under Clinton, telling CNN, "I'll do anything I can if Hillary's elected to help her, but I don't want to remain in the administration."

Before becoming vice president, Biden chaired the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.

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