Former Vice President Joe Biden is pinning his upcoming campaign to the messaging of momentum to help boost his reelection chances. The Democratic presidential nominee that the country has seen with both bad and worse weather. The former vice president said that American households expect more than they had in 2016. The former vice president said his chances of a second term with the economy recovery bright still are at double-digit. “I am optimistic,” Biden said in a speech from the White House on Monday. “I gain momentum and then don’t lose momentum; that’s when you lose momentum.” The president said during his closing remarks this week that he hopes Republican senators will do what is needed to stop the spread of the disease. “We cannot keep continuing here,” Biden said. Jack Phillips contributed to this report.