In MSNBC Interview, Joe Biden Does Not Rule Out 2020 Presidential Run

Joe Biden, who was President Obama’s vice president for eight years, said Obama used to often ask him during his second term what would motivate him to run for president.
Rev. Al Sharpton raised the same question during a lengthy sit-down with Biden that aired this morning on MSNBC’s Politics Nation.
“I’m really hoping some other folks step up,” Biden demurred. “I think we have some really good people.” When Sharpton pressed it, though, he clarified that he was not ruling…

Joe Biden, who was President Obama’s vice president for eight years, said Obama used to often ask him during his second term what would motivate him to run for president. Rev. Al Sharpton raised the same question during a lengthy sit-down with Biden that aired this morning on MSNBC’s Politics Nation. “I’m really hoping some other folks step up,” Biden demurred. “I think we have some really good people.” When Sharpton pressed it, though, he clarified that he was not ruling…

Late-Night Hosts Mock Joe Biden and Donald Trump’s Fight Threats

Seth Meyers, Jimmy Fallon and Jimmy Kimmel shared their opinions about Joe Biden and Donald Trump’s threats to beat each other up.read more


Seth Meyers, Jimmy Fallon and Jimmy Kimmel shared their opinions about Joe Biden and Donald Trump's threats to beat each other up.

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Donald Trump Vows To Beat Up Joe Biden: Overcompensating Old Men 2018

President Donald Trump took to Twitter this morning to assure his base that former Veep Joe Biden would “go down fast and hard, crying all the way,” if they got into a physical fight, describing Biden as “weak, both mentally and physically.”
Trump is 71; Biden is 75. And this is American politics in 2018: two septuagenarians boasting about beating up each other in an Overcompensating Old Men Smackdown.
Trump tweeted his threat to distract TV news outlets from Biden…

President Donald Trump took to Twitter this morning to assure his base that former Veep Joe Biden would “go down fast and hard, crying all the way,” if they got into a physical fight, describing Biden as “weak, both mentally and physically.” Trump is 71; Biden is 75. And this is American politics in 2018: two septuagenarians boasting about beating up each other in an Overcompensating Old Men Smackdown. Trump tweeted his threat to distract TV news outlets from Biden…

Trump Says He Could Beat Up ‘Crazy Joe’ Biden: ‘He Would Go Down Hard and Fast’

President Donald Trump opened up Thursday with fire and fury on Twitter taking a flame-throw to Joe Biden after the former Vice President repeated his musing about wanting to “beat the hell out of” Trump.

“Crazy Joe Biden is trying to act like a tough guy. Actually, he is weak, both mentally and physically, and yet he threatens me, for the second time, with physical assault. He doesn’t know me, but he would go down fast and hard, crying all the way. Don’t threaten people Joe!,” said Trump.

“Remember when they were saying, during the campaign, that Donald Trump is giving great speeches and drawing big crowds, but he is spending much less money and not using social media as well as Crooked Hillary’s large and highly sophisticated staff. Well, not saying that anymore!”

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Crazy Joe Biden is trying to act like a tough guy. Actually, he is weak, both mentally and physically, and yet he threatens me, for the second time, with physical assault. He doesn’t know me, but he would go down fast and hard, crying all the way. Don’t threaten people Joe!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 22, 2018

Remember when they were saying, during the campaign, that Donald Trump is giving great speeches and drawing big crowds, but he is spending much less money and not using social media as well as Crooked Hillary’s large and highly sophisticated staff. Well, not saying that anymore!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 22, 2018

Earlier this week Biden told college Democrats at the University of Miami that he would never engage with Trump in a debate and not only reiterated his past threats of violence against him, but took a uniquely Trumpian shot at his appearance.

“They asked me if I’d like to debate this gentleman, and I said ‘no.’ I said, ‘If we were in high school, I’d take him behind the gym and beat the hell out of him,” said Biden. “I’ve been in a lot of locker rooms my whole life. I’m a pretty damn good athlete. Any guy that talked that way was usually the fattest, ugliest S.O.B. in the room.”

The president’s physical prowess is well-known to anyone who remembers that time he beat up WWE chief Vince McMahon at  Wrestlemania XXIII.

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‘Morning Joe’ Questions Trump’s ‘State of Mind’ After Misspelled Tweet: ‘A Little Bit Unhinged’

President Donald Trump opened up Thursday with fire and fury on Twitter taking a flame-throw to Joe Biden after the former Vice President repeated his musing about wanting to “beat the hell out of” Trump.

“Crazy Joe Biden is trying to act like a tough guy. Actually, he is weak, both mentally and physically, and yet he threatens me, for the second time, with physical assault. He doesn’t know me, but he would go down fast and hard, crying all the way. Don’t threaten people Joe!,” said Trump.

“Remember when they were saying, during the campaign, that Donald Trump is giving great speeches and drawing big crowds, but he is spending much less money and not using social media as well as Crooked Hillary’s large and highly sophisticated staff. Well, not saying that anymore!”

Earlier this week Biden told college Democrats at the University of Miami that he would never engage with Trump in a debate and not only reiterated his past threats of violence against him, but took a uniquely Trumpian shot at his appearance.

“They asked me if I’d like to debate this gentleman, and I said ‘no.’ I said, ‘If we were in high school, I’d take him behind the gym and beat the hell out of him,” said Biden. “I’ve been in a lot of locker rooms my whole life. I’m a pretty damn good athlete. Any guy that talked that way was usually the fattest, ugliest S.O.B. in the room.”

The president’s physical prowess is well-known to anyone who remembers that time he beat up WWE chief Vince McMahon at  Wrestlemania XXIII.

Related stories from TheWrap:

Stephen Colbert Marvels At Multiple Donald Trumps Being Caught up in Simultaneous Sex Scandals (Video)

Jimmy Kimmel on Trump Typos: 'He Won't Be Swayed by a Bunch of Left-Wing Liberal Dictionaries' (Video)

Seth Meyers Shocked Trump Missed 'DO NOT CONGRATULATE': All Caps Is 'Donald Trump's Native Tongue' (Video)

'Morning Joe' Questions Trump's 'State of Mind' After Misspelled Tweet: 'A Little Bit Unhinged'

‘Poetry in America’ Trailer: Shaq and Joe Biden Bring Us Together Through Verse — Watch

The star-studded public television event will celebrate and explore the art of poetry with people like Bono, John McCain, and Regina Spektor.

Feel free to take a seat, because Shaq and Joe Biden are here to read you some poems. In honor of National Poetry Month, PBS member station WGBH and American Public Television will be premiering a 12-part television event that celebrates poetry through special readings and in-depth conversations. The series, which is called “Poetry in America,” will be hosted by Harvard University professor Elisa New and features individuals like U2 lead vocalist Bono, shoe designer Stuart Weitzman, former United Nations Ambassador Samantha Power, U.S. Senator John McCain, hip-hop artist Nas, singer/songwriter Regina Spektor, former President Bill Clinton, and “The New York Times” opinion columnist David Brooks.

Each episode will focus on a different poem and will feature various individuals reflecting on its history, social relevance, artistic value, and personal meanings. Scheduled poems include Carl Sandburg’s “Skyscraper,” Emily Dickinson’s “I Cannot Dance Opon My Toes,” and Langston Hughes’ “Harlem.” One episode even includes rappers and fans breaking down the poetry behind Nas’ iconic hip-hop track “N.Y. State of Mind.” Another includes four exonerated prisoners discussing poetry’s resonance for those in prison.

You can visit the program’s website for more information. “Poetry in America” will premiere on public television stations beginning on March 28 and will run through May 2 — check local listings. Until then, feel free to check out the trailer below:

Joe Biden Torches Donald Trump’s Fond Farewell To Ousted Staffer Rob Porter

Former Veep Joe Biden blasted President Donald Trump over the fond farewell POTUS gave to his ousted White House Staff Secretary Rob Porter.
Porter resigned Wednesday after domestic abuse allegations against him became public. Porter had been operating without top security clearance, but had access to classified material,  since he joined the White House in January of 2017, because the FBI had learned of credible allegations of domestic abuse by his two ex wives. White…

Former Veep Joe Biden blasted President Donald Trump over the fond farewell POTUS gave to his ousted White House Staff Secretary Rob Porter. Porter resigned Wednesday after domestic abuse allegations against him became public. Porter had been operating without top security clearance, but had access to classified material,  since he joined the White House in January of 2017, because the FBI had learned of credible allegations of domestic abuse by his two ex wives. White…

14 Famous Philadelphia Eagles Fans From Bradley Cooper to Will Smith (Photos)

Super LII is just around the bend and, shocker, the New England Patriots will once again be representing the AFC. However, for only the third time in the Super Bowl era, the Philadelphia Eagles have prevailed over the NFC and will look to dethrone the greatest football dynasty in history. And they’ll be rooted for by all the rabid Eagles fans, including a few famous celebrities that are looking to make history.

Mike Trout

Los Angeles Angels superstar Mike Trout is a die-hard fan of the Eagles. Not only did he show up at the NFC Championship Game against the Minnesota Vikings, he is also a season ticket holder.

Sylvester Stallone

A Philly legend for his portrayal of Rocky Balboa, Stallone has already picked the Eagles to win this year against Tom Brady and the Patriots.

Joe Biden

Former Vice President Biden tweeted his support in 2016 for then-rookie quarterback Carson Wentz, who was instrumental in helping the Eagles claim the division and conference championships this season. However, he may have cooled the feelings down somewhat after his wife also became enamored with the QB.

Bob Saget

This Philly native has but one dream: for his Eagles and his L.A. Kings to play each other in a mixed-sport grab bag. “You got your Kings coming off the ice, and you got your Eagles coming off the grass…they go into each other’s world…The Eagles are slipping because they’re on ice all of a sudden, the Kings are just trying to get across the lawn…None of it’s fair, that’s what’s so “Mad Max” about it.”

Maria Bello

Born six miles from Philadelphia, Maria Bello is not shy about making her Philly fandom known on social media.

Bradley Cooper

Not only did Cooper’s breakout performance in “Silver Linings Playbook” feature the actor as a die-hard Eagles fan, but the actor has been seen in owner Jeffrey Lurie’s box singing the Eagles fight song.

Kobe Bryant

Though he has been booed countless times when playing the 76ers, this Philadelphia native still holds a special place for his hometown teams. “I absolutely love Philadelphia and love those fans.”

Tina Fey

Fey is such an Eagles fan, she couldn’t resist injecting her love into her hit show “30 Rock.”

Will Smith

Smith is such an Eagles fan, he almost didn’t star in the drama “Concussion,” which revolved around a doctor trying to convince people of the medical dangers facing football players. “I was deeply conflicted,” he told Charlie Rose during an interview. “I grew up in Philadelphia with my Philadelphia Eagles…It’s a very inconvenient truth.”

Rob McElhenney and Kaitlin Olson

Things could get frosty on the set of “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.” On one side, Rob McElhenney and Kaitlin Olson for the Eagles. On the other, Charlie Day stands as a die-hard Patriots fan. Say it ain’t so, Charlie!

Questlove

Not only did the Roots founder perform at the NFC Championship wearing his Eagles gear, he immediately took to social media to celebrate the Eagles’ victory.

Ryan Phillippe

Growing up just thirty miles down I-95, Phillippe has revealed that most of his jerseys belong to ex-Eagles stars like DeSean Jackson and LeSean McCoy, but has a lot of hope for Carson Wentz. “I just bought my son a Carson Wentz for his 13th birthday,” the actor told Rich Eisen during an appearance on the sports radio host’s podcast in 2016.

Miles Teller

A fan of all Philly sports teams, Teller has described having no Super Bowl wins as “frustrating,” but is enjoying life now after his Eagles earned the NFC Championship.

Pink

Already on board for the Super Bowl Halftime Show, the Grammy-winning singer was ecstatic to find out her hometown team had made it to the championship. “Ummm. I’m singing the national anthem and the EAGLES ARE PLAYING?!?!?!”

Super LII is just around the bend and, shocker, the New England Patriots will once again be representing the AFC. However, for only the third time in the Super Bowl era, the Philadelphia Eagles have prevailed over the NFC and will look to dethrone the greatest football dynasty in history. And they’ll be rooted for by all the rabid Eagles fans, including a few famous celebrities that are looking to make history.

Mike Trout

Los Angeles Angels superstar Mike Trout is a die-hard fan of the Eagles. Not only did he show up at the NFC Championship Game against the Minnesota Vikings, he is also a season ticket holder.

Sylvester Stallone

A Philly legend for his portrayal of Rocky Balboa, Stallone has already picked the Eagles to win this year against Tom Brady and the Patriots.

Joe Biden

Former Vice President Biden tweeted his support in 2016 for then-rookie quarterback Carson Wentz, who was instrumental in helping the Eagles claim the division and conference championships this season. However, he may have cooled the feelings down somewhat after his wife also became enamored with the QB.

Bob Saget

This Philly native has but one dream: for his Eagles and his L.A. Kings to play each other in a mixed-sport grab bag. “You got your Kings coming off the ice, and you got your Eagles coming off the grass…they go into each other’s world…The Eagles are slipping because they’re on ice all of a sudden, the Kings are just trying to get across the lawn…None of it’s fair, that’s what’s so “Mad Max” about it.”

Maria Bello

Born six miles from Philadelphia, Maria Bello is not shy about making her Philly fandom known on social media.

Bradley Cooper

Not only did Cooper’s breakout performance in “Silver Linings Playbook” feature the actor as a die-hard Eagles fan, but the actor has been seen in owner Jeffrey Lurie’s box singing the Eagles fight song.

Kobe Bryant

Though he has been booed countless times when playing the 76ers, this Philadelphia native still holds a special place for his hometown teams. “I absolutely love Philadelphia and love those fans.”

Tina Fey

Fey is such an Eagles fan, she couldn’t resist injecting her love into her hit show “30 Rock.”

Will Smith

Smith is such an Eagles fan, he almost didn’t star in the drama “Concussion,” which revolved around a doctor trying to convince people of the medical dangers facing football players. “I was deeply conflicted,” he told Charlie Rose during an interview. “I grew up in Philadelphia with my Philadelphia Eagles…It’s a very inconvenient truth.”

Rob McElhenney and Kaitlin Olson

Things could get frosty on the set of “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.” On one side, Rob McElhenney and Kaitlin Olson for the Eagles. On the other, Charlie Day stands as a die-hard Patriots fan. Say it ain’t so, Charlie!

Questlove

Not only did the Roots founder perform at the NFC Championship wearing his Eagles gear, he immediately took to social media to celebrate the Eagles’ victory.

Ryan Phillippe

Growing up just thirty miles down I-95, Phillippe has revealed that most of his jerseys belong to ex-Eagles stars like DeSean Jackson and LeSean McCoy, but has a lot of hope for Carson Wentz. “I just bought my son a Carson Wentz for his 13th birthday,” the actor told Rich Eisen during an appearance on the sports radio host’s podcast in 2016.

Miles Teller

A fan of all Philly sports teams, Teller has described having no Super Bowl wins as “frustrating,” but is enjoying life now after his Eagles earned the NFC Championship.

Pink

Already on board for the Super Bowl Halftime Show, the Grammy-winning singer was ecstatic to find out her hometown team had made it to the championship. “Ummm. I’m singing the national anthem and the EAGLES ARE PLAYING?!?!?!”