Vice President Biden appeared on The Late Show Tuesday night, and offered a little more clarity on a possible presidential run in 2020.
As it turns out, the former Delaware senator and Scranton native has no plans to run, though he hasn't ruled anything out completely.
"I can't see the circumstance in which I'd run, but what I learned a long time ago, Stephen, is to never say never. You don't know what's going to happen," Biden told Colbert in his first talk-show appearance since the election. "I have no plans, but I'm going to stay deeply, deeply involved."
The departing vice president previously told reporters that he was "going to run in 2020. For president. So, uh, what the hell, man." Biden later added that "I'm not committing to anything," but "fate has a strange way of intervening."
"Do I think I was best prepared at that moment to lead the country? I did, because I thought the issues that were of greatest concern were in my wheelhouse, thing I've dealt with my whole career," Biden said Tuesday. "So in that sense, I'm disappointed I'm not going to be in a position to make those decisions. But I don't regret the actual decision."
Should Biden decided to run in 2020, though, he says he will have at least one thing over President-elect Donald Trump.
"Donald Trump's going to be 74," he said. "I'll be 77, in better shape."