Joe Biden Announces for President

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Former Vice President Joe Biden announced his candidacy for president on Thursday morning in a YouTube video.

His campaign tweeted this out at about 6 a.m. Thursday:

You can watch the YouTube video of Biden’s announcement here:


“Former Vice President Joe Biden formally joined the crowded Democratic presidential contest on Thursday, betting that his working-class appeal and ties to Barack Obama’s presidency will help him overcome questions about his place in today’s increasingly liberal Democratic Party,” the Associated Press reported at 6 a.m. Thursday:

Biden is paying special attention to Pennsylvania, a state that swung to Trump in 2016 after voting for Democratic presidential candidates for decades.

The former vice president will be in the state three times within the opening weeks of his campaign. He’ll be in Philadelphia on Thursday evening headlining a fundraiser at the home of David L. Cohen, executive senior vice president of Comcast. Biden is aiming to raise $500,000 at the event.

He will hold an event in Pittsburgh on Monday and will return to Philadelphia in the next two weeks for a major rally.

Most polls show Biden and Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) as the front runners for the Democratic nomination in 2020 to challenge President Trump in the general election.








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4 Thoughts to “Joe Biden Announces for President”

  1. Randall

    Smell my hair Joe.

  2. Bill Delzell

    He’s really Republican-lite. He won’t have my vote.

  3. Habu

    “Strokin Joe” as in hands on the closest female. Dems are really struggling if they are now looking to “strokin Joe” to save them.
    Interesting that we have visual proof of “strokin joe” getting handsy yet no outcry by the extreme left. But an unsubstantiated claim of an event more than 30 years past nearly derails a SCOTUS candidate. Whats wrong with this picture?

  4. 83ragtop50

    Which Democrat candidate is he – number 108?
    Do you recall the Democrats making fun of the fact that the GOP had 16 or 17 candidates for the 2016 election? the Democrat party has become even more of a bad joke.