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Joseph Robinette Biden Jr. (born November 20, 1942) is the 46th and current President of the United States of America. He was a member of the Democratic Party who served as Barack Obama’s 47th vice president from 2009 to 2017. From 1973 until 2009, he represented Delaware in the United States Senate. Biden was born in Scranton, Pennsylvania, and then moved to New Castle County, Delaware, where he studied at the University of Delaware before graduating from Syracuse University with a law degree in 1968. He was elected to the New Castle County Council in 1970 and, at the age of 29, was elected to the United States Senate from Delaware, becoming the country’s sixth-youngest senator. Biden was an outstanding halfback and wide receiver on the high school football team at Archmere Academy in Claymont, where he also played baseball. He was class president in his junior and senior years, despite being a mediocre student. He received his diploma in 1961. Biden briefly played freshman football at the University of Delaware in Newark before earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1965 with a double major in history and political science and a minor in English as an unexceptional student. Biden has a stammer that has gotten better since he was in his early twenties. He claims he got rid of it by reciting poems in front of a mirror, but some analysts believe it had an impact on his performance in the Democratic Party presidential debates in 2020.
Biden was elected as the junior U.S. senator from Delaware in 1972, defeating Republican incumbent J. Caleb Boggs. He was the only Democratic candidate ready to take on Boggs. He was considered little chance of winning due to his lack of campaign funding. The campaign was run and staffed by family members, and it depended on meeting voters face to face and handing out position papers, a strategy made possible by Delaware’s tiny size. Patrick Caddell, a Democratic pollster, and the AFL–CIO aided him. His programme included environmental issues, disengagement from Vietnam, civil rights, mass transportation, fair taxation, health care, and popular unhappiness with “politics as usual.” Biden’s wife Neilia and one-year-old daughter Naomi were killed in a vehicle accident while Christmas shopping in Hockessin, Delaware, only weeks after the election. As she moved away from a crossroads, Neilia’s station waggon was struck by a semi-trailer vehicle. Beau (three years old) and Hunter (two years old) both survived the accident and were transported to the hospital in fair condition, with Beau suffering from a fractured leg and other wounds and Hunter suffering from a slight skull fracture and other brain injuries. Senate Majority Leader Mike Mansfield urged Biden not to retire in order to care for them. Biden was sworn in by Secretary of the Senate Francis R. Valeo at the Delaware Division of the Wilmington Medical Center in January 1973. His kids Beau (whose leg was still in traction from the car accident) and Hunter, as well as other family members, were in attendance. He was the sixth-youngest senator in US history at the age of 30. Biden went by rail between his Delaware home and Washington, D.C.—74 minutes each way—to see his boys, and he continued this practise throughout his 36 years in the Senate. Biden concentrated on consumer protection and environmental problems during his first years in the Senate, and he advocated for more government accountability.
On June 9, 1987, Biden formally launched his campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination in 1988. His moderate image, speaking ability, high profile as chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee during the upcoming Robert Bork Supreme Court nomination hearings, and appeal to Baby Boomers made him a strong candidate; he would have been the second-youngest person elected president after John F. Kennedy. In the first quarter of 1987, he raised more money than any other contender. Biden served on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee for many years. He was elected as a minority member in 1997 and led the committee from June 2001 to 2003 and again from 2007 to 2009. His views were liberal and internationalist in nature. He worked well with Republicans and occasionally went against the grain of his own party. He spoke with at least 150 leaders from 60 nations and international organisations during this time, and he became a well-known Democratic foreign policy voice. Biden served on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee for many years. He was elected as a minority member in 1997 and led the committee from June 2001 to 2003 and again from 2007 to 2009. His views were liberal and internationalist in nature. He worked well with Republicans and occasionally went against the grain of his own party. He spoke with at least 150 leaders from 60 nations and international organisations during this time, and he became a well-known Democratic foreign policy voice. In comparison to Obama’s view, which had been regarded as “developing,” Biden’s declaration in May 2012 that he was “totally comfortable” with same-sex marriage drew a lot of attention. Biden made his remark without the president’s approval, which irritated Obama and his advisers since Obama had intended to alter his position several months later, in the run-up to the party convention, and Biden had earlier advised Obama to ignore the subject lest important Catholic voters be upset. On January 20, 2013, Biden was sworn in for a second term at Number One Observatory Circle, his official residence, in a modest ceremony presided over by Justice Sonia Sotomayor (a public ceremony took place on January 21). Biden had a minor role in the negotiations that led to the adoption of the Continuing Appropriations Act, 2014, in October 2013, which ended the 2013 federal government shutdown and the debt-ceiling issue. Because Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and other Democratic leaders felt Biden had given too much away during earlier negotiations, they kept him out of any direct talks with Congress. During his second term, Biden was frequently rumoured to be planning a run for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2016. In mid-2015, with his family, many friends, and contributors pushing him to run, and with Hillary Clinton’s favorability ratings on the slide at the moment, Biden was rumoured to be seriously contemplating it again, and a “Draft Biden 2016” PAC was formed. Between 2016 and 2019, media outlets frequently touted Biden as a possible 2020 presidential contender. When asked if he might run, he provided a range of ambiguous responses, including “never say never.” He claimed at one time that he didn’t see himself running again, but a few days later, he added, “I’ll run if I can walk.” In January 2018, a political action committee called Time for Biden was created to support Biden’s candidacy. He eventually announced his candidacy on April 25, 2019, citing his “sense of responsibility” as one of the reasons for running.
Personal Profile of Joe Biden
- Name: Joe Biden
- Date of Birth: 20 November 1942
- Age: 78 years
- Birth Sign: Scorpio
- Nationality: American
- Parents: Catherine Eugenia Finnegan, Joseph R. Biden Sr.
- Siblings: Francis W. Biden, Valerie Biden Owens, James Brian Biden
- Birth Place/City: Scranton, Pennsylvania, United States
- Profession: Politician
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