As Obama administration closes out, what lies ahead for Joe Biden?

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    Vice President Joe Biden addresses the crowd of delegates on the third night of the 2016 Democratic National Convention. (Emily Cohen for NewsWorks)

    Vice President Joe Biden addresses the crowd of delegates on the third night of the 2016 Democratic National Convention. (Emily Cohen for NewsWorks)

    The speech Vice President Joe Biden delivered Wednesday night at the DNC may be one of his last “big ones” — as the doors close on the Obama administration’s second term.

    And the popular veep has said he has no plans to run for office again but will keep busy with the Cancer Moonshot Initiative, started after his son Beau died of cancer.

    WHYY’s Mark Eichman considers Biden’s legacy and what’s next for the popular politician.

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