Democratic roundup: Biden flirts with run, Clinton visits Texas; Sanders turns down donations

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WASHINGTON, D.C. - While Donald Trump's been keeping the Republican side of the presidential race interesting, things have been relatively quiet for the Democrats. But that could change with the addition of a new candidate; Joe Biden is reportedly days away from announcing a presidential run.

"With the stature he would bring to the race, the minute he got into the race, the entire narrative would change," said Steve Schale, adviser for the Draft Biden Super PAC adviser. "And we start talking about the first debate in Iowa in November."

That could be bad news for Hillary Clinton, who spent Thursday in Texas, tackling issues like gun control.

"I will tell you right now, I will not be silenced and we will not be silenced. We must continue to speak out," Clinton told a crowd in San Antonio.