Published: Thu, May 02, 2019
Worldwide | By Lisa Hogan

Jill Biden's Advice to Joe: 'Be a Better Judge'

Jill Biden's Advice to Joe: 'Be a Better Judge'

Biden's video announcement singularly focused on President Donald Trump's response to the Charlottesville, Virginia white supremacist rally and concluded that the 2020 election would be a "battle for the soul of the nation". Biden is on his first visit to the state since announcing that he was officially seeking the Democratic nomination for president.

But that's what many Democrats, including Biden, want to change. All of these attacks on workers were carried out with the full support of the United Auto Workers union, which pushed through contracts opposed by the rank and file while highly paid union officials were collecting massive bribes from the auto bosses. "Or is this the same Catholic Joe who has evolved away from the core teaching of his faith?" she asked, noting Biden's evolving stance on late-term abortions after voting against the practice in 1997 and 2003.

Biden tweeted later Monday that he "couldn't be more proud" to have the IAFF's backing and said he was "sick of this President badmouthing unions".

As the former Vice President, Biden is offering a continuation of Obama-era initiatives and promising to "finish the job"; he wants to expand access to healthcare and education, boost wages for the working class, and bolster safety net programs like Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security.

At this early stage in his third bid for the presidency, the 76 year old Biden is the presumptive frontrunner, leading in a slate of polls among a packed democratic field that's as diverse as it's ever been. Biden recognized that at the time - according to former Sen. While Warren certainly hasn't been in Congress as long as Sanders, she makes up for this through her laudable work as the head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, where she successfully defended millions of middle and working class Americans from fraudulent and predatory behavior from corporate and financial giants. The network's poll, conducted last week by SSRS, put Biden at 39 percent and self-proclaimed Democratic socialist Sanders back at 15 percent - with Massachusetts Sen. In 2016, despite the majority of polls showing a Clinton victory, Trump was able to win the Electoral College by over 300 electoral votes.

A Photoshopped image of Biden wearing a large red hat - similar to Trump's MAGA-style hats - with his wordy "Good Morning America" answer. "Labor built the middle class in this country". "It seems that too many candidates have high-minded, aspirational ideals, but it's not a recipe for winning and succeeding".

"There are elements in the report, in the second phase of the report, about seven or eight things that are left undone - it was not in his purview to investigate, so he thought", Biden said of the probe.

The 2020 presidential election won't happen for over a year from now. She said voters are confident in the results from President Trump, including border security and tax cuts. Biden's strong polls numbers suggest that while the progressive wing might be more active, it may not be the majority of the Democratic rank-and-file. Ok, here's my choice: "I already found the whole bag in your desk and I'm full - you lose". "We'll see how many people respond to his message through his first visits to Iowa".

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