Wednesday's HOT MIC

Here is today's HOT MIC.

The Democrats' 2020 fever dream just spiked several degrees:

More from CNN:

Former Vice President Joe Biden is clearly leaving the door open to running for president in 2020, saying in an interview published Wednesday he hasn't ruled it out.

"I haven't decided to run," he told Vanity Fair. "But I've decided I'm not going to decide not to run. We'll see what happens."

He said that the decision would be hard on his family.

This isn't exactly new. WaPo did a drooling profile on Crazy Joe the Wonder Veep last summer where he said essentially the same thing. He keeps blathering on about how difficult it would be for his family, which is obviously true. However, if it were so difficult that it would preclude him from running he wouldn't keep being coy about it.

When you look at the current Democratic bench, Biden is probably their best option. That says a lot about just how bare the political cupboards were on that side of the aisle after the eight year long Obama "Me!" show. Biden will be a couple of weeks away from his 78th birthday when the 2020 election rolls around.

Remember when the GOP was the party of old white men?

Just did a FB Live about this post.

Parallel Universe Hillary is here, and she's as drunk as the one from this world:

The allegedly "scandal-free" Obama administration sure managed to rack up a lot of scandals. This one will infuriate you:

Uh-oh -- did Hillary Clinton break a federal law when her campaign failed to disclose required information about funding the dodgy dossier? If so, it would be just one more to add to a long list.