The majority of the more than a dozen party strategists who spoke to The Hill on the condition of anonymity don’t believe either that Biden can surmount the difficulties of pulling together a top-flight organization so close to the Iowa caucuses or that Hillary Clinton has truly fallen low enough to give him a large enough opening. 
“For all the bedwetting Democrat stories, there haven’t been this stampede of people who said they are going to leave the Clinton campaign or are upset,” said a Democratic strategist who worked on multiple presidential campaigns. 

“She still remains very strong nationally and in the primary.” 

Intrigue around a potential Biden bid has swelled amid concerns from some Democrats about her campaign and her standing in the polls that many attribute to the slow drip of controversy surrounding her private email server.