Frank Biden thinks his older brother Joe will run for president in 2020, and he can win by avoiding the arrogant mistakes that doomed Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign.
“I think we’re going to run,” the younger Biden told The Palm Beach Post in an interview this week. “You can say that ‘Frank thinks his brother’s going to run.’ Now, he could surprise me. But I know the family’s behind him 100 percent.”
Frank Biden, a 65-year-old “non-lawyer senior adviser” to the Berman Law Group, told the Post his family is expected to meet “very soon” to help finalize the former vice president’s decision on 2020, and Joe Biden’s wife Jill and sister Valerie Biden Owens hold the most sway.
“You have to understand our family structure. I’m the youngest brother. My sister’s the real boss. And Jill,” he said. “It’s an Irish matriarchy. They have the greatest influence.”
Former vice president Joe Biden flirted with a run for president in 2016, but grief from the death of his son Beau left him sidelined. Frank said the family is “healing up well” from the tragedy, and believes his brother is well positioned to take out Trump this time around.
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