Joe Biden won't commit to one-term presidency
Former Vice President Joe Biden, who jumped into the 2020 race this week, said he won't commit to a one-term presidency during an interview Friday on "The View."
The big picture: A one-term limit had been floated by pundits as a way to make the 76-year-old stand out in a crowded field. Last month, Biden also pondered announcing Stacey Abrams as his vice presidential nominee out of the gate, which didn't materialize. He said on "The View," "I think it's important for people, it's a legitimate question to ask about my age," adding that he believes his age brings "experience and wisdom."