Three Reasons Why Joe Biden Won’t Be President
York writes, "A long career in the Senate is simply not a foundation for a successful run for the White House. The most recent political figure to realize that was Barack Obama, who was sworn into the Senate in 2005 and two years later was running for the presidency — and to get out of the Senate."
2.) Biden's time as Vice President is a guarantee of nothing.
"Fourteen vice presidents have become president. Of those, eight became president upon the death of the president. Of that group, some were later elected to the White House, but they were running for the office as the sitting president....Only one president has gone from the vice presidency to private life and then to the presidency and that was Richard Nixon.
3) Byron York also describes something called the “14-Year Rule.”
The idea is that "politicians have a strict sell-by date. “No one gets elected president who needs longer than 14 years to get from his or her first run for Governor or Senate victory to the White House."