Joseph Robinette Biden Jr. Journey To Become A Most Powerful Man

Joseph Robinette Biden Jr Updates: Joseph Robinette Biden Jr. is an American politician who served as the 47th vice president of the United States. He was in the Obama administration from 2009 to 2017. He is also the Democratic presidential nominee for the 2020 election which running against the incumbent, Donald Trump. His occupation is a Politician, Lawyer, and Author.

Personal Details: Joseph Robinette Biden Jr

He was born on 20th November 1942 in Scranton, Pennsylvania, U.S., and his age is 77. He was a democratic political party. Spouses are Neilia Hunter died in 1972 and Jill Jacobs in 1997. The name of the children is Joseph R., Biden Sr., Catherine Eugenia, and Finnegan.

Joseph Robinette Biden Jr

Joe Biden’s relatives are Edward Francis (great father) and education for him is the University of Delaware (BA) and Syracuse University (JD). His awards are Presidential Medal of Freedom with the distinction in 2017.

Joe Biden: Comments On Donald Trump

One day he was attending the launch in the Penn Biden Center for the Diplomacy and Global Engagement on 30th March 2017 one of the student asked Biden that “A Piece of Advice” he would give to Trump and he replied that Trump should grow up and also cease his tweeting so he could focus on the office works.

And in the speech at the May 29 gathering of Phil Murphy supports at the community center gymnasium, Biden said that “There are a lot of people out there who are frightened, Trump played on their fears” and that will the most wanted comment from him.

2020 Presential Campaign

From 2016 and 2019, media outlets often mentioned that Biden was a likely candidate for president in 2020. When he asked if he would run, he gave varied and ambivalent answers saying “never say never”.

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At one point he suggested that he did not see a scenario where he would be run again but a few days later he said: “I’ll run if I can walk”. Biden also received the Chancellor Medal in 1980 and the George Arents Pioneer Medal in 2005 from Syracuse. Now he has a high chance to become the president of America.