Former Vice President Joe BidenJoe BidenPfizer CEO says vaccine data for those under 5 could be available by end of year Omicron coronavirus variant found in at least 10 states Photos of the Week: Schumer, ASU protest and sea turtles MORE and Sen. Kamala HarrisKamala HarrisJoe Manchin should embrace paid leave — now The Hill's 12:30 Report: Biden defends disappointing jobs report Harris's office undergoes difficult reset MORE (D-Calif.) posed for a photo together in Washington, D.C., amid speculation that both politicians will launch White House bids.
Harris’s communications director, Lily Adams, tweeted the photo Wednesday afternoon, writing: “You just never know who you might run into in DC….”
You just never know who you might run into in DC.... pic.twitter.com/wJgYuC1q0F— Lily Adams (@adamslily) December 12, 2018
Biden and Harris are both considered potential candidates to challenge President TrumpDonald TrumpHillicon Valley — State Dept. employees targets of spyware Ohio Republican Party meeting ends abruptly over anti-DeWine protesters Jan. 6 panel faces new test as first witness pleads the Fifth MORE in 2020, with Biden repeatedly topping polls — something that in part reflects his high name recognition among the public.
Harris said earlier this month that she will make a decision on a 2020 run with her family “over the holiday.”
Biden also reportedly said he plans to discuss a bid with family members over the holidays.
Replies to Adams’s tweet showed that social media users would be on board with a hypothetical Biden-Harris ticket.
“Something tells me this is going to be a historic photo,” wrote one Twitter user.
“Please let that be the 2020 ticket,” wrote another.
Something tells me this is going to be a historic photo.— Rich Jones (@Joneso1978) December 12, 2018
Please let that be the 2020 ticket— This Is Not Normal (@NetworkJunkyz) December 12, 2018
Now that’s a team!— Jimmy (@ThePatriotsGame) December 12, 2018
I'd vote for that ticket!— (((513eats))) (@513eats) December 12, 2018
Other potential Democratic candidates, including Rep. Beto O’Rourke (Texas) and former Florida governor candidate Andrew Gillum (Fla.), have reportedly met with former President Obama in recent weeks.