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Biden Keeps Pushing Misinformation About The Coronavirus. Here Are 5 Examples

Former Vice President Joe Biden has repeatedly pushed misinformation about the COVID-19 coronavirus in political attacks against President Donald Trump and his administration. Biden, the Democratic frontrunner for president, has sought to politically capitalize on the coronavirus pandemic. But on at least five different occasions, Biden and his campaign have spread misinformation about the response to the virus. Biden falsely ...

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Biden Comes Out Of Hibernation, Plans Regular Briefings From His Home Rebutting Trump’s Alleged Lies

Former Vice President Joe Biden is retrofitting his Delaware home to set up virtual briefings that will allow the presidential candidate to pushback against what he says are President Donald Trump’s lies about coronavirus. Biden’s house is being outfitted with technology allowing him to conduct tele-press conferences and interviews while he practices social distancing amid a pandemic, Biden told Politico ...

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3 Things to Watch in the Biden vs. Sanders Debate for Sunday, March 15, 2020

Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders enter their first 1-on-1 debate this Sunday night under unprecedented circumstances. The debate, which was originally supposed to take place in Arizona in front of a live crowd, will now be held in CNN’s Washington, DC, studios with no audience as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic, that has also led both candidates to cancel rallies and stay off the ...

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Crushing Bernie: DNC, CNN Turn Next Primary Debate into a Joke

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CNN and the Democratic National Committee have continued their team-up effort to get former Vice President Joe Biden the nomination as quickly and painlessly as possible – this time by turning the March 15th debate into a CNN-only, TV-only, seated event that seems designed to protect Mr. Biden. Biden’s campaign has shortened his speeches to 7 minutes. Other than a ...

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Odds Of Contested Democratic Convention Plummet Thanks To Biden’s Dominant Super Tuesday Performance

Former Vice President Joe Biden’s dominant performance on Super Tuesday has all but evaporated the odds of a contested Democratic convention in July, according to FiveThirtyEight’s forecasting model. The forecasting model had shown as recently as Monday afternoon a 69% chance that no Democratic presidential candidate would obtain the 1,991 delegates necessary to clinch the nomination before the convention. The ...

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Bill De Blasio: Biden Won The Black Vote Due To Ignorance

New York Mayor Bill de Blasio suggested Thursday that black people voted for former Vice President Joe Biden on Super Tuesday because they’re ignorant of his record outside of his association with former President Barack Obama. “You had a whole lot of candidates,” de Blasio said on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.” “The information that I think people received about Joe Biden ...

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Buying an Election: Sanders, Biden, Bloomberg Have Paid Combined $466,000 To Superdelegates

Leading Democratic presidential candidates Bernie Sanders, Joe Biden and Michael Bloomberg have paid a combined $466,000 to superdelegates that are likely to support their benefactors in the event of a contested convention, Federal Election Commission records show. Sanders has spent the most so far on employing superdelegates, FEC records show. His campaign co-chair, former Ohio state senator and Democratic National ...

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Pro-Abortion, Pro-Gay Marriage Biden Touts His Catholic Faith In Campaign Video: ‘I Pray The Rosary’

Pro-abortion 2020 presidential candidate Joe Biden touted his Catholic faith in a February campaign video saying, “I go to mass, I pray the rosary.” The former vice president released a campaign video Tuesday titled “Faith,” in which Biden discusses Catholicism and discusses how his Catholic faith helped him through deaths of loved ones in his immediate family. “Faith is what ...

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Bloomberg Rises To Top, Biden Plummets In Florida Poll

Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg has risen to the top of a new Florida poll, the latest sign that his Super Tuesday strategy and extravagant campaign spending is proving effective. Bloomberg is polling at 27.3% in Florida, according to a St. Pete Polls survey released Thursday, putting him above all other Democratic contenders for the party’s presidential nomination. Former Vice President ...

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Biden Attacks Sanders Over Medicare For All: ‘How Much Is That Gonna Cost?’

2020 presidential candidate Joe Biden attacked fellow 2020 presidential candidate Bernie Sanders over Sanders’ Medicare For All’ plan, asking, “how much is that gonna cost?” The two presidential candidates kicked off Friday night’s Democratic debates by sparring over Medicare for All at ABC’s debate at Saint Anselm College in New Hampshire. The former vice president pointed out that though Sanders ...

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Sanders and Buttigieg Look Set to Push Biden and Warren Further Away with New Hampshire Primary

Oh, how the mighty have fallen. And no, not just Joe Biden, the mainstream media who has been pushing his “electability” and popularity on Democrat voters. But after a sad showing in Iowa and updated polling from New Hampshire, Biden, and perhaps Warren, may find little reason to stay in the race. Taking into account a Boston Globe/Suffolk poll and ...

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Biden: VP Choice Must Be Capable Of Running Country ‘Because I’m An Old Guy’

Democratic 2020 presidential candidate Joe Biden said Tuesday that his choice for vice president will have to be “immediately” capable of taking over as commander-in-chief because “I’m an old guy,” he told an audience in Iowa, The remark highlights what is widely considered the former vice president’s biggest political liability. If elected in November,  he will be 78-years-old by Inauguration ...

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Joe Biden Touts Opposition To School Vouchers, Despite Sending Sons To Posh Private School

Former Vice President Joe Biden on Wednesday took a stand against school choice vouchers, despite the fact that he chose to send both of his sons to a posh private high school in Delaware. “When we divert public funds to private schools, we undermine the entire public education system. We’ve got to prioritize investing in our public schools, so every ...

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