US VP Biden meets liberal leader Warren while mulling White House run

By REUTERS
August 23, 2015 00:33

 
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EDGARTOWN, Mass. - US Vice President Joe Biden met on Saturday with Senator Elizabeth Warren, a popular progressive leader with a big support base among Democrats, as he mulls whether to run for president, according to a source familiar with the matter.

Biden has been meeting with senior advisers to evaluate options for taking on former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, the Democratic front-runner who has struggled to overcome fallout from her use of a private email server while working as the nation's top diplomat.

His meeting with Warren is further evidence of how seriously the vice president is considering a run for the party's nomination. Warren has a lot of support from liberal-leaning groups that would be critical to winning in early voting states.

The vice president's office declined to comment other than to say Biden had left his home in Delaware to come to Washington for a meeting.

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