Reprinted from Mike Malloy Website
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As the stock market took a nosedive, The Donald reminded us how very very rich he is in a series of nonstop interviews and TV appearances. He's having the time of his life. He hasn't gotten this much attention since they cancelled The Apprentice.
He's making the most of his moment on Twitter, too, explaining to us (again) how right he was about China: "Markets are crashing -- all caused by poor planning and allowing China and Asia to dictate the agenda. This could get very messy! Vote Trump."
Vote Trump. I'd rather have anthrax. But still, I can't help but hope he gets the nod. What a gift this buffoon would be for the Democrats next November. Tied with a pink ribbon and a bottle of Aqua Net.
And it looks like Obama will soon have a sticky situation on his hands. Does he endorse his former Secretary Of State, or his current VEEP? The chance of a Joe Biden presidential bid are increasing, especially since he had a cozy meeting with Elizabeth Warren over the weekend.
CNN has more:
"Vice President Joe Biden met privately with Sen. Elizabeth Warren on Saturday in his residence at the Naval Observatory, CNN has learned, another sign he is seriously deciding whether to jump into the Democratic presidential race.
"Warren and Biden discussed economic policy during a meeting that lasted about two hours, a person familiar with the discussion told CNN, adding that the presidential campaign or Biden's future was not a particular focus of the discussion.
"The meeting, confirmed by two people familiar with the session, is the biggest indication yet that Biden is feeling out influential Democrats before announcing his intentions.
"Beloved by liberal Democrats, Warren decided to sit out a campaign of her own, but she has yet to formally endorse a candidate. In an interview on Friday, she told WBZ in Boston: 'I don't think anyone has been anointed.'"
Oooh, snap! Hillary had to feel that one .
A Biden/Warren ticket would be a disaster for Clinton. And, sadly, it's probably not good news for Bernie, either.