One-on-one with Joe Biden: Clinton's emails, Obamacare discussed

Vice President Joe Biden will be in Reno on Oct. 29, 2016 to campaign for Hillary Clinton and Senate candidate Catherine Cortez Masto (Photo: U.S. Department of State)

Vice President Joe Biden hit the campaign trail in support of Hillary Clinton's bid for president Saturday.

He made stops in the battleground state of Nevada where Clinton remains in the lead.

In the video above, Biden talks about swaying undecided voters, Clinton's renewed emails controversy and the Affordable Care. The vice president also clarified his comments about wanting to take Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump "out behind the gym."

Biden also confirmed he has no plans to serve in the next administration to KSNV-TV/

That's according to an individual briefed on the vice president's plans after reports that he's on the list of possible contenders for Hillary Clinton's secretary of state, should the Democrat win the November presidential election.

It's unclear how many people are under consideration or whether Clinton herself has asked for Biden to be considered for a job she once held.

A person familiar with Biden's post-White House plans says the vice president has not been contacted by the Clinton campaign. The people familiar with Clinton and Biden's plans both insisted on the condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to publicly discuss internal planning.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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