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Joe Biden’s brother James secured a risky second mortgage on a vacation home from Ukrainian businessman linked to the former Vice President.
In would be an understatement to say that Joe Biden has never been the most polished public figure. But his performance this weekend became the prevailing narrative of his trip to Iowa, and it’s worrying the early state’s Democrats.
Joe Biden is on defense as he comes into the second debate eager to make voters forget about the first debate.
With another round of debates next week, Biden is under pressure to stop the hemorrhaging of support and build some positive headlines. He’s off to a poor start this week.
When then-Vice President Joe Biden hosted Chinese leader Xi Jinping for a five-day diplomatic blitz in 2012, a Hollywood Democratic mega-donor kept popping up with them.
Joe Biden refuses to apologize to immigration activists for Obama-era deportations.
“I think he has been wrong on nearly every major foreign policy and national security issue over the past four decades”
Biden’s claim on funding state prisons is misrepresenting his own record.
The reviews are in and Joe Biden had a very bad night.
Everyone will be looking to make a moment that helps them stand out in the crowd tonight and Biden should feel the full brunt of his competitors tonight.
Joe Biden has “enjoyed an explosion of wealth” according to a new piece this morning from The Washington Post. Despite his oft-repeated remark that he was once the poorest Senator in Congress, the title doesn’t hold since he left office.
ABC News published a look into instances where Joe Biden’s diplomatic work as Vice President and his son’s foreign business dealings overlap.
Joe Biden’s campaign will not say whether or not he still believes in the death penalty. After decades of supporting the policy, Biden offered a “decidedly different stance” on the campaign trail in New Hampshire earlier this month.
The Associated Press today published a story examining Joe Biden’s ties to the health care industry as a result of work through the Biden Cancer Initiative.
Joe Biden tried to connect with the audience this afternoon at the Poor People’s Campaign Forum by referring to his previously held “poorest man in Congress” title.
Joe Biden’s campaign has had a difficult time managing his beliefs about abortion.
Today, CNN is out with a new report detailing that in 2006 Biden used to proudly tout that he wasn’t in lock step with the Democratic party on abortion. Once Biden met the ire of the liberal left in 2019 he clearly caved from political pressure.
In the context of the 2020 presidential primary, the progressive wing will be battling with Biden as the most prominent and unabashed free trade advocate in the race.
Just two days ago, Biden campaign co-chair Cedric Richmond was on CNN defending the candidate’s support for the Hyde Amendment.
Biden’s Plagiarism Problems Stem Back to Law School and Short-Lived 1988 Presidential Campaign.
Although Biden’s flip flop on the Hyde Amendment appealed to the far-left base of the party, it drew criticism from pro-life Democrats. Kristen Day, the executive director of Democrats for Life, told National Review, “Biden is making a critical error flip-flopping on his position.”
In 1973, Biden said the Supreme Court went “too far” protecting abortion rights in the Roe v. Wade decision and said that a woman should not have the “sole right to say what should happen to her body.”
The 2020 Democratic presidential field has largely jumped on the bandwagon of bashing Joe Biden for his support of the Hyde Amendment – following a flip flop over the past two weeks. However, many of them have also repeatedly voted in favor of the amendment themselves.
Joe Biden’s trip to New Hampshire was carefully planned by staff as he rolled out a new environmental policy. Joe had other ideas.
In attempt to quell criticism from climate activists, Joe Biden introduced a $5 trillion plan that calls for zero net carbon emissions by 2050. However, this plan is still not aggressive enough for the progressive base.
One month into Joe Biden’s campaign, one question continues to linger over his bid. Does he have the ability to maintain the frontrunner status that was thrust upon him?
Joe Biden has joined the bandwagon of the far-left and reversed his previous support of the Hyde Amendment
As the Democratic party continues to shift further to the left, Joe Biden is struggling to define where he falls on today’s ideological spectrum.
Joe Biden played a central role in ushering through the 1994 crime bill when he was chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee. Since that time, the bill has come under scrutiny from the left for leading to higher incarceration rates.
Bernie Sanders, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and other Democrats still use Uber & Lyft despite claims services “rip off their employees.”
2020 White House hopefuls are changing their policy positions on everything from climate change to accepting corporate PAC money to please the ever leftward shifting base of the Democratic party.
Joe Biden has a serious problem when it comes to appealing to the progressive base. His ties to lobbyists and corporations are seen as a liability to liberal activists that now dominate the Democratic party.
The quip reminds the casual observer of the way Biden and the Obama re-election campaign downplayed Russia as a geo-political threat during the 2012 election.
“But Biden, with his loose language, ends up in the Four-Pinocchio territory. He asserts that no Americans but those at the top received any tax cut in 2018, which is clearly false.”
Joe Biden is still dancing around a direct apology to Anita Hill for his role in how she was treated during Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas’ 1991 confirmation hearings.
Today on The View, Joe Biden was asked if he would apologize for making women feel uncomfortable with his behavior over the years.
In today’s interview on The View, Joe Biden was asked if he was sorry for the way he treated Anita Hill. Despite being given multiple opportunities to direct apology to Hill, Biden refused.
As Joe Biden embarks on his third attempt at a run for the Oval Office, let’s take a trip down memory lane to review some of his most famous gaffes.
He’s at it again. Joe Biden is running for president for the third time. America Rising PAC wants to take you down memory lane as we reminisce about some his greatest gaffes of all time.
In a podcast interview with Mother Jones, Alabama Democrat Doug Jones defended former Vice President Joe Biden saying the sexual harassment allegations against him are “not for others to judge.”
Speaking at the Silfen Forum in Philadelphia yesterday on the opioid epidemic, Joe Biden stated he “got stuck” writing the crime bill because of his role as chairman of the Judiciary Committee.
Today, a CNN panel blasted Joe Biden after he made a joke in response to women’s complaints.
Joe Biden refuses to apologize: “I’m not sorry for anything I’ve ever done”
Joe Biden’s disastrous week keeps getting worse.
Despite overseeing the committee that handled the Anita Hill hearings, Biden lamented that he wished he somehow had the ability to give Hill the “hearing she deserved.”
Joe Biden continued his apology tour this evening as he prepares for his nascent presidential campaign.
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