Just as he began to seriously ponder a 2016 presidential campaign, Vice President Biden's 11-year-old granddaughter curled up next to him and delivered the emotional punch that framed his decision-making process.
"Pop, I see Daddy all the time. I see Daddy all the time," Natalie Biden told the vice president, according to his recounting for an interview aired Sunday night on CBS's "60 Minutes." "Pop, you smell like Daddy. You're not going to leave me, are you, Pop?"
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