Recently, former vice president Joe Biden announced his campaign for president with the focal point of his campaign being Trump's response to the Charlottesville attack by white supremacists. Trump made the comment that there were “very fine people on both sides.” Biden admitted that at this moment he knew “the threat to this nation was unlike any I'd seen in my lifetime.”

It seems Biden is ready to take on Trump and advocate for the American families, as he briefly considered in 2016.

Biden is a moderate Democrat, so I’m looking forward to hearing his plans for expanding healthcare, solutions for income inequality and rebuilding relationships with our allies. I think "working class Joe" would be a great candidate for president, but something is telling me that separating Biden’s identity and values from Obama will be a source of conflict amongst millennials, since the Obama-Biden “bromance” has been publicized all throughout social media. I fear that people will see this as Obama’s third term, especially if he makes the decision to endorse or support Biden in his election.

Attempting to appeal to the fact that he’s currently the oldest elected president to date and Biden, if elected, would take his place in being the eldest, Trump commented on Biden’s campaign announcement, making claims that he’s a “vibrant, young man.”

The current group of presidential nominees has a mission to get Trump out and stop the manipulation on America's identity and values. Biden, Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren are all older than Trump and have similar methods to appeal to a more progressive and millennial crowd.

I’m also excited that Biden made the decision to hire high-profile political strategist, CNN contributor and former press secretary to Bernie Sanders, Symone Sanders (no relation), as his chief advisor. I’ve always been a fan of Ms. Sanders and had the pleasure of meeting here while living in Washington, D.C. She has already expressed her dissatisfaction with the previous leaders of the Democratic parties, regarding lack of diversity and representation to a new age and progressive values. I know she will go on to do great things and reflect a new generation of Democrats while emphasizing the value Black women bring to the political arena.

On top of two years as vice president to Obama administration, Biden served in the Senate for 36 years and chaired many committees, so the question of experience is not an issue. The only thing I can see that could anchor his presidency is his role in the Anita Hill trial and the support he expressed for the war in Iraq.

I’m hopeful that Biden will at least get the Democratic nomination, if the need for generational change does not outweigh the popularity and support already shown in his early presidential campaign announcement.