Vice President Joe Biden entertained more questions about his plans for 2016 when he stopped at a Greek diner in Cleveland, Ohio Tuesday, according to a White House pool report. When he voted Tuesday morning in Delaware, Biden said he didn't think this would be the last time he voted for himself. "Oh, I'm going to go back home and run for county council or something," Biden said, responding to a question about 2016.
Also at the diner, Biden greeted an enthusiastic young woman, Twana Matthews, who at one point cheered "Biden! Biden!" and offered the vice president some of her food. "You've got your hands full," Biden told Matthews' fiance, Andre McCray, also at the diner. "You are a lucky man. We both married up."
Biden spoke with one woman who said she returned home to Ohio from Staten Island to vote, noting that she had made it through superstorm Sandy.Biden told the woman he was planning a trip to New York Friday -- which Biden's staff told the press pool has not been announced or confirmed.
"Oh gosh. Oh man, you got hit," Biden said. "I'm going up there on Friday." He continued: when I come, "don't pretend you don't know me."
The next stop for Biden is Chicago, where he will spend election night.