Biden has reportedly huddled with Democratic insiders and longtime advisors in recent weeks; likely launching his official campaign in mid-April should he choose to run in 2020.
"My objective is to make sure I want to do that job, and because I'd not thought about the Senate before - it had never been in my list of considerations", Abrams told the Associated Press when asked about whether she would consider running for the United States Senate.
But new polling by the University of Chicago's GenForward Survey Project shows that Biden now leads declared and potential Democratic presidential candidates in support among millennial voters.
Former Vice President Joe Biden poses for a selfie after addressing the International Association of Fire Fighters in Washington, U.S., March 12, 2019.
Former Vice President Joe Biden is inching closer to a run for the White House.
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However, those advisers also say a move like adding Abrams to the ticket would help prove Biden "isn't just another old white guy". They cited several key reasons why naming someone so soon may be problematic for him.
More than ten Democrats have already announced their intention to run in the 2020 presidential election, including Senators Bernie Sanders, Cory Booker, Amy Klobuchar, Elizabeth Warren and Kamala Harris.
Second, the move to name a vice presidential running-mate so early on could be seen as an improper move, one in which Biden might be perceived as arrogantly assuming he's going to win the nomination a full year before the Democratic Party's convention and before any of the caucuses or primaries take place.
According to Axios' reporting, Biden's choice on the matter wasn't decided at this time.