Joe Biden Jokes About 2016 With Seth Meyers

‘I was planning on making a major announcement tonight, but I decided, tonight’s your night’

Biden sidesteps question about 2016 plans on NBC's 'Late Night' (Fox News)

Vice President Joe Biden sidestepped a question about his political plans for the 2016 presidential election on the inaugural edition NBC's "Late Night with Seth Meyers." 

When Meyers asked Biden what his 2016 plans might be, he laughed off the question. He said he had meant to make a major announcement on the show, but changed his mind. As he explained to Meyers, "Tonight's YOUR night. So I hope you'll invite me back." 

Biden was joined on Monday's show by Amy Poehler, Meyers' longtime pal and former "Weekend Update" deskmate on "Saturday Night Live." Biden and Poehler have a history of their own, reaching back to his cameo appearance last season on her NBC sitcom "Parks and Recreation." 

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