Vice President Joe Biden said he's still considering a 2016 presidential bid, but that he "may not get there in time to mount a feasible run."
Biden spoke with Catholic organization American Media and mentioned concerns over whether he feels "comfortable that this will be good for the family."
"We're just not - it's not quite there yet and it may not get there in time to make it feasible to be able to run and succeed because there are certain windows that will close," he said. "But if that's it, that's it. But it's not like I could rush it."
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In considering a 2016 run, Biden has maintained that his priority is his family's well being. His son, Beau Biden died earlier this year.
However, according to NBC's Chuck Todd, Biden's wife, Jill, is not an obstacle to a presidential run.