More Democrats crack open door for Biden presidential run

U.S. Vice President Joe Biden smiles during the U.S.-Ukraine Business Forum in WashingtonBy David Lawder WASHINGTON (Reuters) – More prominent Democrats on Sunday cracked open the door for Vice President Joe Biden to enter the race for the Democratic presidential nomination as party front-runner Hillary Clinton battled questions over her use of a private email server. California Governor Jerry Brown told NBC’s Meet the Press program that Biden should give “very serious consideration” to a presidential run. Brown said the email saga surrounding Clinton’s private email server as Secretary of State carried a “dark energy” that represents a substantial challenge for her campaign.

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