The man who stands between Donald Trump and his four more years in the White House is Biden.
Former United States President Barack Obama’s Vice President Joe Biden has been elected as the Democratic candidate in the November presidential election.
For his supporters, he is a foreign affairs expert with decades of experience working in Washington, an inspiring orator who reaches out to the general public, and a man who has endured some of the most tragic tragedies in his personal life. What a brave fight.
His critics think he is an old man who is a supporter of the establishment and often makes embarrassing gestures.
Campaigning is nothing new for Biden. His political journey in Washington began 47 years ago in 1973 when he became a member of the Senate. His first presidential campaign was 33 years ago in 1987.
They are said to have a natural ability to attract voters, but at any moment something can come out of their mouths that could start a controversy.
In front of the audience, he has repeatedly said things that hurt him. This is his third presidential campaign. His first presidential campaign ended before it could begin.
At their rallies, they began claiming that their ancestors worked in coal mines in the northeastern state of Pennsylvania, and that they were angry that their ancestors had the opportunity. Didn’t get what they deserved.
But the fact is that none of Biden’s ancestors was a miner. He stole this and many other things from the speech of a British politician, Neil Kinnock. Neil Kenook’s relatives were really miners.
This was the first of many statements made by Biden, later renamed Joe Booms.
In a speech praising his political career in 2012, he confused people by saying: ‘I can tell you that I know eight presidents well and with three of them my We have a very close relationship.
In fact, he wanted to say that the three presidents have been close friends of his, but he mistakenly said that it was as if he had had sex with all three of them.
In 2009, he shocked people by saying, “There is a 30 percent chance that we will not be able to understand economic issues properly.” Biden was then President Obama’s vice president.
He was fortunate in that despite his remarks about Barack Obama, he was chosen as the Vice Presidential candidate, saying, “Obama is the first African-American to speak well, to be intelligent, to have an unblemished background.” They look good.
Despite Biden’s words, he has the strong support of black people during the recent presidential campaign.
However, on a recent radio program hosted by Charlemagne, a black radio host, Biden said, “If you’re having a hard time figuring out which one to choose, Trump or me, then you’re black.” Can’t be skinned.
Biden’s remarks sparked a heated debate in the media, and his team barely managed to convince people that Biden did not view the votes of African Americans as a matter of chance.
A New York Times reporter wrote that Biden’s entire presidential campaign team was trying to prevent him from speaking out unprepared.
Former Secretary of State and presidential candidate John Kerry told The New Yorker that Biden is a politician who lives among the people, who can be reached and who is real, he is not wearing a cloak. Is.
But their closeness to people has also become an issue.