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Joe Biden is Obama without hope 

24 April 2019

7:04 PM

24 April 2019

7:04 PM

Joe Biden’s inevitable 2020 presidential candidacy is a strange, strange thing. Biden has longed to be president all his political life: he first ran in 1988; he ran again 20 years later. Now we’re more than a decade past his last grab for power, and Biden, as he nears 80, thinks his day has come once more.

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