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Washington (CNN) – Vice President Joe Biden has low approval numbers, makes headlines for his epic gaffes, and has a potential 60-point hill to climb in the polls.
But that doesn't mean Biden is ready to turn the page on his presidential ambitions.
In his words, the vice president has remained noncommittal about whether he'll make a third run for the White House in 2016, but his actions indicate something far different.
America's second in command was just announced as one of the headliners for comedian Seth Meyer's new "Late Night" show, and he seemed to be in attendance at nearly every event in D.C. this week.