RadioOnFire.com - Former Vice President Joe Biden, 76, announced that he is entering the 2020 presidential race Thursday morning in a video, according to ABC News sources.
This marks Biden's third run for presidency as he enters the crowded Democratic field. This announcement comes nearly two years after he left the White House with former President Barack Obama.
Biden is set to hold his first campaign in Pittsburgh on Monday.
Some controversies have posed as a threat to Biden after women spoke out in March that Biden made them uncomfortable through past interactions and touching without their permission.
In response to these accusations, Biden took action and posted a video in which he promised to be more mindful.
For nearly 40 years, Biden served in the Senate where he was chairman of the Senate Judiciary and Foreign Relations committees, before standing as vice president in 2009.