Joe Biden

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Joe Biden

Joe Biden (born Joseph Robinette Biden Jr. on November 20, 1942) is an American politician who served as the 47th Vice President of the United States from 2009 to 2017 and represented Delaware in the U.S. Senate from 1973 to 2009. A member of the Democratic Party, he was also Obama’s running mate in 2008, when they were elected president and vice president of the United States.

Biden earned a Bachelor’s degree in 1965 from University of Delaware and received his law degree with honors in 1968 from Syracuse University College of Law after serving on active duty as a member of The National Guard during that same period where he achieved rank captain by 1972; He then practiced law until entering politics full time at age 29 when he became one-term New Castle County Councilman before being sworn into office as Senator for DE state legislature just two years later while simultaneously becoming father to three young children following death his first wife Neilia Hunter killed car accident late 1972 alongside their infant daughter Naomi Christina . Over next several decades Joe would serve senate chair various committees most notably Judiciary Committee Banking Foreign Relations International Trade Subcommittee Budget Fiscal Responsibility Government Management Oversight Federal Spending Joint Economic Development Infrastructure Security Homeland Defense Armed Service Appropriations Transportation Public Works Urban Affairs Community Development Aging Energy Natural Resources Environment Public Health Education Labor Pensions Occupational Safety & Health Employment Training Pension Security Disability Insurance Social Services Children Family Justice Crime Drug Control Human Rights Civil Liberties Immigration Refugees Border Controls Intelligence Terrorism Counterterrorism Special Oversight Panel Gulf War Veterans’ Illnesses Military Construction Navy Seals Families Army Corps Engineers Coast Guard Reservists
He ran unsuccessful presidential campaigns 1988 2008 but continued support Barack Obama eventually selected him VP nominee ultimately winning election defeating John McCain Sarah Palin ticket 2012 reelected against Mitt Romney Paul Ryan 2014 During tenure developed strong relationship with Pres pushed forward scores policies initiatives including Affordable Care Act tax credits expansion military spending reductions push Congress pass historic economic stimulus bill save auto industry In addition oversaw foreign policy matters overseeing withdrawal Iraq Afghanistan diplomatic efforts Iran nuclear deal After leaving office January 2021 returned home Wilmington become Advocate Global Cooperation Climate Change Awareness Diversity Equality As 2020 Presidential Nominee Democrats seek reclaim White House hopes build upon legacy eight successful fruitful years administration

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