Biden "will not be bullied" by Clinton campaign into deciding on run

A close confidant and longtime adviser of Joe Biden’s who spoke to him recently says Biden, as vice president, feels he has earned the right to make a decision about his political future on his own timetable.

“He (Biden) really does not care about John or anyone else,” the source said, referring to John Podesta, Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman. “He does not like bullies and will not be bullied. He has never really been part of the Democratic establishment and could care less about it.” Podesta told multiple media outlets last week that it was time Biden made a decision about whether he’s running for the presidency.