Democratic presidential candidate and former Vice President Joe Biden says that any of his colleagues, or even a cartoon mouse, could realistically beat President Donald Trump in the November general election.
Joe Biden has the slim chance to achieve what no other presidential candidate has done before, but to make it happen, he needs some luck—and a state—to go his way.
During his closing statement at the February 19, 2020, Democrat debate in Las Vegas, Joe Biden suggested kids "hide under desks" and run evasively in corridors because of "guns."
"We'll be back, New Hampshire,” Joe Biden said from South Carolina. “We'll be back in the general.”
Whether his campaign can survive remains to be seen, but the former vice president has endured worse.
'I don't think we should be using plastic straws anymore in restaurants,' presidential candidate Joe Biden said at a public townhall.
Riding a surge before the New Hampshire primary, 2020 Democratic frontrunner Pete Buttigieg on Sunday said imprisoning people for drug possession "doesn't work" and rebuffed former Vice President Joseph R. Biden's gibe he is "no President Obama." "He's right. I'm not. Neither his he. Neither is any of us," Mr.
Pete Buttigieg is feeling like a winner after Iowa and suggests Joe Biden's big loss should be a clear signal for him moving forward.
Former Vice President Joe Biden says that the “die has been cast” in calling for more witnesses in the impeachment trial.
Sen. Joni Ernst said Monday that she was only speaking “hypothetically” when she suggested over the weekend that former Vice President Joe Biden could be impeached over supposed misconduct in Ukraine if he was elected. “It wasn’t directed specifically at him. But just a hypothetical. I think we have to be judicious as members of