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    Biden says Obama offered financial help amid son's illness

    He got up and he said, 'Don't sell that house. Promise me you won't sell the house,' Biden states

    Baku. 12 January. REPORT.AZ/ As his eldest son faced the prospect of resigning as Delaware's attorney general amid health concerns, Vice President Joe Biden received an offer that floored him: financial support from his boss, President Barack Obama.

    In the never been told before story, Biden recalled how concerned Obama had been.

    Report informs, describing in an interview with CNN chief political analyst Gloria Borger one of his weekly lunches with Obama, Biden said he told the President he was worried about caring for Beau's family without his son's salary.

    "I said, 'But I worked it out.'" Biden recalled telling Obama. "I said, 'But  Jill and I will sell the house and be in good shape.'"

    Obama, Biden remembered, pushed back vehemently on the thought of Biden and his wife selling their home in Wilmington, Delaware.

    "He got up and he said, 'Don't sell that house. Promise me you won't sell the house,'" Biden continued, speculating Obama would be "mad" he was retelling the story.

    "He said, 'I'll give you the money. Whatever you need, I'll give you the money. Don't, Joe - promise me. Promise me.' I said, 'I don't think we're going to have to anyway.' He said, 'promise me,'" Biden recalled.

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