When Joe Biden was the side-kick of Barack Obama, he was always quick to decided to be Obama’s yes man.
When it came time for Biden to stand on his own and make a decision on whether or not to run for the White House in 2016, he remained indecisive for months.
Only after the deadline to file in many states had passed, did Biden announce his decision not to run.
He blamed his indecisiveness on the recent death of his son, but a national leader has to be able to put personal tragedy aside and make decisions.
Once again, Biden is showing his indecisiveness on whether or not he will run for president in 2020.
Washington Examiner – Hamlet in Delaware as 2020 looms: Biden’s long history of presidential indecision – To run or not to run? Despite leading a dozen announced Democratic 2020 presidential candidates in the polls, former Vice President Joe Biden is again dragging out a decision on a presidential run, repeatedly teasing that he is close to making up his mind.
In April 2018, Biden said that “I know I got to make that decision by, you know, by the end of this year.” By December, he had amended that to: “We’re going to make that decision in the next six weeks to two months.”
At the start of January, members of his inner circle intimated that he would “most likely make a decision within the next two weeks.” A month later he said he was “70 percent there.” At the end February, he said he was ” very close” to making a decision. Last week he told supporters he would decide ” in a few weeks.” Then it was reported that Biden was telling family and friends that there was a 95 percent chance of his running…
Who wants a president who can’t make decision for himself in a timely manner?
Who wants a president that that has a history of only being a yes man for someone else?
Additionally, Biden also spent much of the 2012 election season repeating lies about Mitt Romney that were proven to be lies time and again.
Biden is definitely NOT presidential material.
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