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State of Affairs: Will he, or won't he? Joe Biden's possible presidential bid




Vice President Joe Biden admitted Wednesday that he's seriously considering running for president, but has not made up his mind.
Vice President Joe Biden admitted Wednesday that he's seriously considering running for president, but has not made up his mind.
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Will he, won't he? That is of course the question everyone is talking about in the world of politics. He is Vice President Joe Biden. All sorts of folks are chiming in, including Gov. Jerry Brown, who said, when asked about Biden's possible run on Meet the Press earlier this week,"If I were If I were Hillary I would say, don't jump in. If I were Biden, I would probably give it very serious consideration." 

For State of Affairs, our weekly look at news and politics in the Golden State, Carla Marinucci, senior political writer for the San Francisco Chronicle and Professor Sherry Bebitch Jeffe of USC's Sol Price School of Public Policy weigh on the Biden buzz and how his run might effect Hillary Clinton's hold on California's democratic voters.

Additionally, Alex Cohen talks to them both about the decline of women, especially Democrats, in the state legislature and whether Donald Trump could be bumped from the 2016 ballot in California.

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