'It's hard when you consider somebody a friend and then they've said so many negative things'
Joe Gorga was never a fan of his brother-in-law Joe Giudice.
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 isn’t exactly putting out the Closed, Gone Fishing sign on his political campaign. But even he’s acknowledging, subtly and in not so many words, but entertaining the thought just the same, that his trail to the White House has been less than smooth and that South Carolina may prove the end of the line.
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.
The social media platform will begin removing posts that include false claims or conspiracy theories about the virus that have been flagged by health authorities.
Some voters are hesitant about electing a president who is in his or her mid-to-late 70s, citing concerns about physical and mental fitness, as well as life span. Former Vice President Joe Biden, 77, did nothing to ease those concerns Tuesday.
Facebook warned against the potential "overreach" of Singapore's anti-fake news law as it blocked a page that was flagged for spreading false information about the coronavirus.
'I don't think we should be using plastic straws anymore in restaurants,' presidential candidate Joe Biden said at a public townhall.
Joe Biden falsely said that President Trump has never condemned white supremacy.