Joe Biden gauging politics, staffing for 2016 run

Washington (CNN)Vice President Joe Biden's associates are setting up interviews for potential staff positions on a Biden presidential campaign, a source familiar with the process tells CNN. 
Joe Biden gauging politics, staffing for 2016 run

The interviews come as the political world waits for a decision from Biden on whether he will enter the Democratic 2016 presidential primary. 

Biden is set to meet with his top political counselors Monday night - the same gathering he met with in any event twice a week ago.

Additionally a week ago, Biden made calls during the time to ask Democratic agents and authorities to work for him in the event that he enter the 2016 race, individuals acquainted with the discussions told CNN.

Biden spoke Monday at a White House summit on environmental change - yet he offered no hints about his pending choice.

He opened the session, to which he was 10 minutes behind timetable, by calling himself "the late Joe Biden" and saying he'd spent the most recent two hours meeting with President Barack Obama "on different matters" - which he didn't further clarify. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew was additionally planned to be in that meeting.

Joe and Jill Biden are likewise slated to talk at 6:45 p.m. Monday at a gathering out of appreciation for the 2015 United Service Organizations Gala honorees at the Naval Observatory.

Pennsylvania Democratic Rep. Brendan Boyle, who tweeted Monday morning that he has a source who says Biden will keep running for president, said he is sure his data is precise and that a declaration is coming "soon."

"On the off chance that he didn't run, it would be pulling again from a choice that is now been made," Boyle told CNN. The congressman declined to uncover his source however portrayed it as "near the Biden camp."

"Some things are as of now in movement," Boyle included, taking note of the VP's Pennsylvania roots.

Boyle sent off a whirlwind of theory about Biden's expectations with a tweet Monday morning. "I have a decent source near Joe that lets me know VP Biden will keep running for Prez," Boyle tweeted.

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