President Donald Trump said he would "love" to revert to former vice president Joe Biden in 2020.
"I dream of Biden," said Trump in a recently released clip of his Wednesday interview with CBS News & # 39; Jeff Glor. "It's a dream. Look, Joe Biden ran three times. He never got more than 1 percent. And President Obama took him out of the rubbish bin and everyone was shocked that he did."
He continued: "It's probably the group at seven or eight [possible Democratic 2020 challengers] right now ̵
Biden, a former Delaware senator, has officially run president twice (1988 and 2008). He came close to running 1984, but did not finally decide because he wrote in his 2007 memoir Promises to Keep . He has suggested that it is possible for 2020 but has not announced his candidacy and has told other possible democratic challengers not to postpone him in his plans, the New York Times reported this week.
A representative of Biden did not respond immediately to HuffPost's request for comments.
Biden said Tuesday at a forum in Bogota, Colombia, that he would "think" about running in January.
The voters got a preview of a potential contest between Trump and Biden in March when the two politicians gave birth to who could win a physical battle. In a rally against sexual violence, Biden suggested bizarre that he would "hit the hell out of" Trump in high school about how he treated women. "
" He does not know me but he would go down quickly and hard, "Trump tweeted in response.