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Letter From Joe Biden's Aide Could Be A Sign He'll Run

A letter from one of Joe Biden's aides suggests he might be taking a presidential run seriously.
Posted at 12:04 PM, Oct 16, 2015

We don't know if Vice President Biden will run for president, but here's one sign that he might.    

The Los Angeles Times obtained a letter from one of Biden's top aides sent to a network of supporters.

It read: "He believes we must win this election. Everything he and the president have worked for — and care about — is at stake."

Ted Kaufman expressed that they'd need to make up for lost time in campaigning if Biden does decide to run. He also referenced Biden's consideration for his family's well-being after the death of his son. (Video via C-SPAN)

Earlier this week, while waiting for the South Korean president, Biden got this question from a reporter. 

"Are you running for president?" an NBC reporter asked.

"I'll answer in Korean," Biden replied.

Filing deadlines are approaching and, he could be at a disadvantage in fundraising this late in the race.

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