Joe Biden Will Announce Candidacy In Korean

Joe Biden continues to have fun with the press about his potential 2016 presidential candidacy. While waiting to greet South Korean President Park Geun-hye today, a reporter asked Biden about whether or not he'll run.
By Allen McDuffee
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Joe Biden continues to have fun with the press about his potential 2016 presidential candidacy. While waiting to greet South Korean President Park Geun-hye today, a reporter asked Biden about whether or not he’ll run.

“I’ll answer in Korean,” Biden responded, and then gave the old Ronald Reagan line, “I can’t hear you,” before chuckling and tabling the discussion for another time.

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