Washington (CNN) — Vice President Joe Biden sounded like someone who wants to be President when he spoke to CNN’s "New Day" on Friday.
He talked about America’s potential and its role as a global leader, as well as his commitment to helping the middle class. He never mentioned the overwhelming early favorite for the 2016 Democratic nomination — former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
What would the Democrats do without Clinton in 2016?
Clearly Biden, the longtime senator who now is the White House conduit to blue-collar union workers essential to Democratic support, is seriously considering a presidential run.
Asked by CNN’s Kate Bolduan when he would decide, Biden answered a realistic timetable would be the summer of 2015.
US Vice President Joe Biden will make a decision by the middle of next year on whether he will launch a 2016 White House bid, he said in an interview broadcast on Friday. “There may be reasons I don’t run, but there’s no obvious reason for me why I…