WASHINGTON – Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden accepted his party’s nomination Thursday with a pledge to serve “all Americans” as a uniter and a healer. “I’ll be a Democratic candidate,” said Biden, but “I will be an American president. I’ll work hard for those who didn’t support me, as hard for them as I did […]Read More
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Former Vice President Joe Biden, Democratic presidential nominee, stands on stage during the Democratic National Convention at the Chase Center in Wilmington, Delaware, on Wednesday, Aug. 19, 2020. Stefani Reynolds | Bloomberg | Getty Images WASHINGTON – It’s Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden’s big night, and he will deliver an acceptance speech that represents the culmination […]Read More
Democratic U.S. presidential candidate and former Vice President Joe Biden appears by video feed from Delaware to question voters about their situations at the start of the virtual 2020 Democratic National Convention as participants from across the country are hosted over video links to the originally planned site of the convention in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, U.S. […]Read More
Dr. Jill Biden introduces her husband democratic presidential hopeful former US Vice President Joe Biden during a town hall at the Proulx Community Center in Franklin, New Hampshire on November 8, 2019. Joseph Prezioso | AFP | Getty Images WASHINGTON – It’s Day 2 of the Democratic National Convention, and in some ways, convention organizers […]Read More
Michelle Obama waves as she appears onstage during the first session at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, July 25, 2016. Jim Young | Reuters WASHINGTON – Four Republicans, two popular Democratic governors, one very progressive senator and former first lady Michelle Obama will all appear on stage Monday to kick off the first all-virtual Democratic […]Read More
WASHINGTON (AP) — Joe Biden mentioned Sunday that the Democratic National Convention, already delayed till August as a result of of the coronavirus, might have to happen online because the pandemic continues to reshape the race for the White House. The social gathering “may have to do a virtual convention,” the former vice president said. […]Read More