Barack Obama Doesn’t Endorse Joe Biden After 2020 Campaign Launch


Former President Barack Obama on Thursday offered praise for his former Vice President Joe Biden following the launch of his 2020 presidential campaign — but noticeably stopped short of endorsing him as a candidate.

“President Obama has long said that selecting Joe Biden as his running mate in 2008 was one of the best decisions he ever made,” Obama said in a statement released through his spokeswoman Katie Hill. “He relied on the Vice president’s knowledge, insight, and judgment throughout both campaign and the entire presidency. The two forged a special bond over the last 10 years and remain close today.”  MORE



But not to worry, he did get endorsements from 3 Dem Senators. 

Chris Coons (D-DE),  Bob Casey (D-PA),  and  Doug Jones (D-AL).

5 Comments on Barack Obama Doesn’t Endorse Joe Biden After 2020 Campaign Launch

  1. IMHO, Obama’s selection of Joe Biden as his VP was the best assassination insurance that anyone could ask for.

  2. Hussein Obama knows that he would lose his half black street creed if he endorsed a white privileged old dude!

  3. He is holding off on endorsing anyone until they rip each other apart and/or Michelle gets in the race.

  4. I wouldn’t want Obama’s endorsement either. He’s an incompetent loser who destroys everything he’s ever touched.


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