Former Vice President Joe Biden has denied all the reports which state that he was interested in serving only one term if elected in 2020. Earlier this week, Politico reported that Joe Biden is hinting only to serve one time. However, Biden clarified all the speculations. “I don’t have plans on one term. I’m not even there yet,” Biden said.
In the history of the US elections, only two presidents made the one-term pledge. James K Polk (1845-49) and Rutherford B Hayes (1877-81) pledged and kept their word of one term. William Henry Harrison also promised the same but unfortunately died a month after assuming office in April 1841. Biden is presently 77 and will be 82 in 2024. If at all he wins both the terms then Biden will be the first sitting octogenarian president US has ever had. Biden’s deputy campaign manager, Kate Bedingfield also denied the claims of the Politico story. She tweeted “Lots of chatter out there on this so just want to be crystal clear: this is not a conversation our campaign is having and not something VP Biden is thinking about.”
Lots of chatter out there on this so just want to be crystal clear: this is not a conversation our campaign is having and not something VP Biden is thinking about. https://t.co/mXNEnX6GrU— Kate Bedingfield (@KBeds) December 11, 2019
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