Joe Biden Says He Regrets Not Being President

Apparently, Joe Biden does not regret choosing not to run for President in 2016 but still wishes he could be President.

If the former Vice President truly wants to be President, he will have to compete in a democratic election just like everyone else.

As reported by DailyCaller

Former Vice President Joe Biden regrets that he is not president right now, but said he made the right decision to not run in 2016 in an interview with Oprah Winfrey on OWN.

“I have a regret that I am not president because I think there is so much opportunity,” Biden told Winfrey in an interview clip that aired on “Good Morning America” Thursday. “I think America is so incredibly well-positioned,” Biden said.

Biden indicated that one of his reasons for choosing not to seek the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination was due to the grief of losing his son, Beau Biden, to cancer in May of 2015. Even though he was qualified to run, perhaps the most qualified, he knew he wouldn’t be able to give a presidential race his complete attention.

“No woman or man should announce they are running for president unless they can answer two questions. One: Do they truly believe they are the most qualified person for that moment? I believed I was,” Biden said. “But, was I prepared to be able to give my whole heart, my whole soul and all my attention to the endeavor? I knew I wasn’t.”

Biden recently teased a presidential run, telling Vanity Fair in October that “I haven’t decided to run, but I’ve decided I’m not going to decide not run.” He has also opposed President Donald Trump on Wednesday, saying that his presidency and encouragement of “phony nationalism” is “undermining the social fabric of the nation.”