PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — In the latest edition of will he or won’t he, U.S. Representative Brendan Boyle has thrown in his two cents on whether or not Joe Biden will run for president.


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Boyle said on Twitter: ‘I have a very good source close to Joe that tells me VP Biden will run for Prez.’

A source says Vice President Biden has said he “will not be bullied” into deciding to run.

The wait could finally be over. After months of speculation media reports Monday suggested Vice President Biden could announce whether he plans to run for President in the next 48 hours.

“It’s a little late, isn’t it?” said a local voter.

Biden has said he wants to consider his family before making a decision. A source reportedly close to Biden told CBS News about the timing of his decision… “He does not like bullies and will not be bullied.”

“I think pending everything going on with his family, I think it’s up to him and not to pressure, not have the public pressure him,” said Chris Limbach of Philadelphia.

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Biden’s office says they have no comment until Biden makes an announcement but a tweet sent out out Monday morning by U.S. Congressman Brendan Boyle of Philadelphia strongly suggested he will run, saying:


But not all voters think Biden should run.

“It’ll make it very interesting, he will have one tough challenge as far as one particular opponent,” said Maggie Johnson of Delaware.

“He’s had a very distinguished career, particularly with family concerns, he’d probably be better off retiring and doing all the wonderful things Presidents and Vice Presidents do afterwards, lecturing, speaking, writing books and things like that,” said Jane Joseph of Delaware.

Vice President Biden is in Washington today speaking on climate change.

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Still no official word on his decision, but a lot of people clearly waiting and watching.