Biden runs during Pittsburgh Labor Day parade
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Former Vice President Joe BidenJoseph (Joe) Robinette BidenKavanaugh hires attorney amid sexual assault allegations: report Biden: Delay Kavanaugh vote to give accuser a fair, respectful hearing Bidens hint at taking on Trump: We want to 'pick a fight' with bullies MORE was seen running during a Labor Day parade in Pittsburgh on Monday. 

Multiple reporters posted a video of the longtime politician jogging through the street during the parade while making light of Biden's possible candidacy in 2020.


"Joe Biden. He's...running," a CNN reporter tweeted. 

His appearance at the Labor Day parade comes as Biden prepares to campaign for Democratic candidates in the upcoming midterm election. 

Biden said earlier on Monday that "everything" was at stake during the November general election — one in which Democrats need to reclaim 23 seats in the House to retake Congress's lower chamber. 

Biden, 75, is also considered a possible Democratic candidate for the 2020 presidential election. 

He led President Trump by 7 points on a prospective 2020 ballot in a poll released last month.