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Who will be Joe Biden’s co-president?

12 May 2020

7:59 PM

12 May 2020

7:59 PM

Joe Biden needs a co-president. Not just a running mate, not just a potential vice president, but someone who will be president-in-waiting should Biden win in November—the month he turns 78.

The idea of Biden running for a second term in 2024 at the age of 81 is hard to take seriously.

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