(CNN) – For now Vice President Joe Biden is focused on the president's reelection effort, but come 2016 he may be whistling a different tune.
The former presidential candidate and Delaware senator left the door open to running for president again in an exclusive interview with CNN Chief Political Correspondent Candy Crowley.
"I'll make up my mind on that later," Biden said in an interview set to air Sunday on CNN's "State of the Union." "I'm in one of the, probably the best shape I've been in in my life … I'm doing pretty well. I'm enjoying what I'm doing, and as long as I do, I'm going to continue to do it."
"And we'll find out, you know, let's get the president reelected," Biden added.
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I would vote for him, but if Hillary runs I would have to vote for her over Biden!
Crazy Joe been hittin' the liquor cabinet again????
Obama/Biden 2012 - Because forur years of failure and destruction just isn't enough
I like Menendez or Sherrod Brown, for VP.
2016 - for what? A wake-up call?
I wish that he would first be appointed Secretary of State for 2012, and Secretary Clinton would be declared President Obama's Vice President nominee for the 2012 election.
He's got my vote!
What a delusional moron!!
First person to use the word "gaffe" wins the intertubes.
Awesome, as goofy as he is, he is still an exponentially better choice than anything the GOTea has or will have.
Great to end the week with a hearty laugh! Thanks!
I would love to see Biden debate the band of idiots on the Teapublican side. They would not know what hit them.
He would be 74. I wonder what Matt Damon would say about that.
Better would be Elizabeth Warren.
Biden is doing a fabulous job. Thanks Joe
Hey Biden, do you think Obummy will be re-elected? Give me a break, he is only an empty suit.
Ya got my vote Joe.
While I like Mr. Binden, I don't believe he has that President swagger required to get elected. ...but then again we did elect lil'Bush. /shrugs maybe.
Biden has suffered from hoof in mouth disease so often, it is hard to believe that he would have any serious chance of getting the nomination. That would be particularly true, if Hillary were in the race.
@Wall Street Crime Victim – I 100% agree with the selection of Elizabeth Warren.
Eh, not so much. but if he was the nominee, i'd vote for him over any rethug alive.
Considering who the current GOP puts on stage as a candidate – any moderate Democratic candidate with a decent personality and education could win. Ad to that Biden's extensive experience and real world accomplishments he could easily win in 2016.
Look how well Palin did with all the opposite qualities! But then again she's in the bizzaro world of tea-baggers.
But that is a long way off – who knows what could happen by then.
The radically confused tea-baggers could loose their control and maybe the GOP could become a viable and important part of running our government once again. But that’s a reach.
No thanks vote for obama and biden 2012
Sniffit........ I watch for your input all the time....you are always entertaining and obviously no dummy. Just had to say that. As to Biden for Pres. I like him right where he is. He's a barrel l of laughs and gaffs!!!!
Wake up Joe... You will have been retired for 4 years and we will be in the middle of an economic boom under the Romney/Cain administration. Unemployment will be at 5.5% and nobody will be yearning for what you have brought, 9.1% unemployment. The days of insane leftist policies will be loooong gone! November 2012, it can't get here fast enough.
I just ate my poop again and there is nothing anybody can do about it!