Vice President Biden said Tuesday he’ll make up his mind about whether to run for president “at the end of the spring or early summer.”
"I honest to God haven't made up my mind,” Biden said at a ‘Women Rule’ event hosted by Politico. “I'm confident I'd be in a position to be competitive."
"The one thing that moves me — I think that I have the ability to bring the sides together,” he added.
Biden’s daughter Ashley appeared on stage with him at the event, and called his potential presidential aspirations a “family decision.”
Former Secretary of State Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonBiden: ‘Guys, I’m not running’ Trump says email hacking during election 'could've been China' or other groups Maxine Waters: ‘I’ve never seen anybody as disgusting or as disrespectful’ as Trump MORE is far and away the Democratic presidential frontrunner, leading her rivals by more than 50 percentage points, according to the RealClearPolitics average of polls.
Biden came in third among Democrats in a a CNN-ORC poll released in late November. Clinton took 65 percent among Democrats in the poll, followed by Sen. Elizabeth WarrenElizabeth WarrenObama makes 0K for speech at A&E event: report Van Jones: Obama should do ‘poverty tour’ Warren reads middle school students' letters on climate change MORE (D-Mass.) at 10 percent, and Biden at 9 percent.