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Biden’s legacy has been left in tatters

28 June 2024

11:13 PM

28 June 2024

11:13 PM

Joe Biden did not simply alter his chances at winning a second term last night. He altered his legacy. It will remain forever changed, regardless of the outcome in November.

In 2020 Biden was chosen to be president – first by his party, then by the public – to take some toxicity and radicalism out of the debate.

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