Biden: 'Here about jobs,' not 2016

Vice President Biden repeatedly insisted Tuesday's visit to New Hampshire was to promote job training, not a potential presidential run.

"The reason we're here, notwithstanding what others may think, is because you run the best outfit in the country," Biden told New Hampshire governor Maggie Hassan (D) at a Nashua jobs training center.

"We're finding models and figuring out how to scale them up nationwide," Biden said. "Is it productive? Is it worth it? Is it meeting the need that is out there?"
New Hampshire holds the nation's first presidential primary and Biden's visit has fueled speculation for a 2016 bid.

At an earlier stop at at a local business that hires workers who have completed the state's job training initiative, the vice president told reporters he was "here about jobs, not mine."

During an interview with "The View" last month, Biden said he "truly haven't made up my mind" about running — while touting his credentials.

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