Former vice president Joe Biden spoke his mind about former presidency candidate Hillary Clinton at the SALT conference in Las Vegas, expressing dissatisfaction with her performance as a candidate.
Joe Biden, said in an interview on Thursday at the SALT conference in Las Vegas, that he would not run for presidency 2020. The reason behind dismissing the idea of running for the presidency is that he thought he ‘was a good candidate’, unlike rival Hilary Clinton.
Clinton is not a good candidate, yet a good president
“I never thought she was a great candidate,” Biden said, according to reports. “I thought I was a great candidate.”
Biden’s contoversial comments in recent interviews gave a rise to controversies as he picked holes in Clinton’s campaign, asserting that if it were him, he would have won the elections.
According to CNN, Biden said that “Hillary would have been a really good president.” However, that would not appease Hilary’s adherents.
Biden alongside several Democrats, including Sen. Bernie Sanders, have frequently fulminated against Hilary Clinton, feeling down due to losing the elections, declaring, “It wasn’t that Donald Trump won the election; it was that the Democratic Party that lost the election.”
Biden and Clinton’s ties are originated back to the 1990s when Biden served as the Senate while Clinton was the first lady. Their collusion went one as both were senators. However, Biden maintained a certain mindset and a platform of opinions that differs from the Clinton’s. During the period both were standing for the 2008 Democratic presidential nomination, Biden believed that the proposals Clinton passed over would result in a “disaster.”
It was said that both frequently discoursed about politics while having breakfast when he served as a vice president and she held a position as a secretary of State.
“There’s no woman like Hillary Clinton,” Biden said in 2013.