Joe Biden to serve as keynote speaker for Buffett Cancer Center dedication

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"I never thought she was a great candidate", Biden said Thursday at the SALT conference in Las Vegas, Business Insider reports.

Biden did say that he thought Clinton would have made a "really good" president.

Biden, who by the next Presidential election be almost 78 years old, emphasized that his focus right now is on "putting his family back together" after he lost his son Beau to brain cancer in 2016.

"The former vice president is the flawless speaker to mark the momentum and excitement surrounding the opening of the Fred & Pamela Buffett Cancer Center", said UNMC Chancellor Jeffrey P. Gold. "Will I? Probably not but-I may very well do it", he said according to a separate tweet.

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Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and Vice-President Joe Biden campaign together during an event in Scranton, Pa., Aug. 15, 2016.

Biden also said he must fulfill several financial promises with his wife, Jill, including paying off their mortgage, CNN notes.

Former Vice President Joe Biden surprised many on Thursday with remarkably candid comments on former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton's campaign, including that he "never thought" Clinton was a great candidate.

"The public is sick of it.This fever has to break", Biden said.

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If Biden is shopping for slogan ideas, we like the sound of Make America Sane Again.

Biden didn't take on President Trump directly, though he did seem to allude to the recent turbulence in the administration. "Could I run? Yes. What are we going to do?' C'mon man!" In an interview with the Los Angeles Times in December, Biden recalled watching footage of a Donald Trump rally in Pennsylvania and realizing, for the first time, that the Democrats could actually lose the election. Biden has said he will spend the rest of his life fighting to eradicate the disease. No one should run for president unless they think they can do that. Biden noted that Obama served eight years in office "without a single scandal. not one".

He made no direct reference to Trump during his speech, for which he donated his $200,000 fee to charity.

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