Americans are capable of finding ways to harness automation and technological advances to spur job growth and creation, not just worrying about robots replacing humans, former Vice President Joe Biden … Click to Continue »
Joe Biden, the former vice president of the United States, is tired of Donald Trump's crap. On Sunday, Trump retweeted a GIF of himself hitting a golf ball into Hillary Clinton. (The user Trump retweeted, by the way, had posted anti-Semitic...Show More Summary
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While discussing marriage equality on "Meet the Press" in 2012, Vice President Joe Biden said, "I think 'Will & Grace' probably did more to educate the American public than almost anything anybody has ever done so far." This assertion is as much a part of the show's legacy as actor Megan Mullally's...
YES, THE NAZIS WERE VERY BIG ON PROTECTING THE RIGHTS OF THE ACCUSED: Joe Biden compares supporters of due process to ‘Nazis’ who marched in Charlottesville.
The NY Times, with their perpetual #Resist foundation (which would have been around no matter which Republican won, of course), has given a platform to Joe Biden, who served as
REMEMBRANCE: While Hillary Used Her Book Tour to Spread the Blame, Here’s What the CIA Was Up To. No one was safe from the finger-pointing — everyone from former FBI Director James Comey and Joe Biden to the Russians and the angry women who didn’t start marching early enough got a taste of the blame. […]
(Paul Mirengoff) Hillary Clinton’s book about her 2016 defeat is called What Happened. Her answer, apparently, is that Bernie Sanders, Jill Stein, Barack Obama, the Russians, Joe Biden, James Comey, Anthony Weiner, the Electoral College, apathetic voters, and assorted misogynists behaved badly and/or let her down. Show More Summary
Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao is set to join former Vice President Joe Biden for a panel discussion at the University of Delaware later this month.
Joe Biden’s daughter told reporters her father is considering a 2020 run for president. Joe Biden will be 76 in 2020. CNN reported: Former Vice President Joe Biden’s daughter, Ashley, added more fuel to the 2020 speculation mill this week, saying that she thinks her father is considering a run for president. Show More Summary
Asked if her father would run for president in 2020, Vice President Joe Biden's daughter Ashley said, "I hope so. He's busier truly than ever. Right now his focus is on the [Biden] Foundation and Cancer Moonshot, as well as getting other Democrats elected. Show More Summary
“Joe Biden said the Democratic Party in 2016 ‘did not talk about what it always stood for — and that was how to maintain a burgeoning middle class.’ I find this fairly remarkable, considering that Joe himself campaigned for me [...]
Former Vice President Joe Biden blasted Education Secretary Betsy DeVos' plan to rescind sexual assault reporting procedures on college campus. " Sexual assault is the ultimate abuse of power, and its pernicious presence in our schools...Show More Summary
Former Vice President Joe Biden is “considering” running for president in 2020—if the 74-year-old is in good health and, well, can win, says his daughter. “A lot can happen in four years, and we know this as a family,” Ashley Biden, the youngest of Biden’s surviving...
Former Vice President Joe Biden’s daughter, Ashley, told Women’s Wear Daily that her father is considering a run for president in 2020. Said Ashley Biden: “He’ll make a decision when that time comes. A lot can happen in four years [...
Former Vice President Joe Biden is not happy with Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos’ recent announcement on Title IX.
"Any change that weakens Title IX protections will be devastating."
Trump is cast as the unseen villain, because “I really just don’t have any interest in looking at his face more than I have to," says creator Adam Reid.
She still doesn’t get it. In her forthcoming memoir ‘What Happened” (out Tuesday), Hillary Clinton takes perfunctory responsibility for losing the election before spending nearly 500 pages blaming: Bernie Sanders, Joe Biden, “rash FBI director” James Comey, Obama, the Russians, sexism, and, … Continued
In her soon-to-be-released 2016 election memoir, Hillary Clinton takes on her numerous enemies and opponents — and supporters