Former vice president Joe Biden addressed a sold-out New Hampshire Democratic Party fund-raiser Sunday night, an appearance that stoked speculation Biden could make a third run for president.
Speaking at the 100 Club dinner, Biden acknowledged that the trip to the state that holds the first presidential primary raised eyebrows, but he said he was not there as a candidate: “Guys, I am not running.”
That was the only time Biden addressed his future during hourlong remarks to 800 people in a Manchester ballroom, and he mentioned President Trump only in passing.
Instead, he spent most of his time talking about three values that he believes are not part of the national conversation today: dignity, optimism, and the willingness to do big things.
Source: Boston Globe