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The vice president's wife refused to rule out a third presidential bid in an NBC interview.
Jill BIden refused to rule out a third presidential bid for Vice President Joe Biden on Tuesday, telling NBC he "would make a great president."
During an interview on NBC's "Today" to promote her new children's book, "Don't Forget, God Bless Our Troops," Jill Biden was asked if she thought the 2012 race would be her husband's last political campaign.
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"I don't know. I don't know whether this is his last campaign," she said. "We're focusing on this campaign and winning this campaign."
She would not confirm whether her husband was considering another bid for the White House in 2016, according to Fox News.
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"I take one campaign at a time," Jill Biden said.
In addition to his brief run in 2008, Biden ran for president in 1988 but withdrew after reporters pointed out that he had plagiarized remarks from British politician Neil Kinnock, according to CBS News.
This isn't the first time Jill Biden has made such remarks. She also suggested her husband could run for president last December, and Joe Biden himself told CNN last October that he would "make up my mind on that later."
Jill Biden also revealed that the vice president cried when he saw his daughter in her wedding gown during the private marriage ceremony in Delaware last Saturday, The Hill reported.