How Deval Patrick could torpedo Joe Biden
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How Deval Patrick could torpedo Joe Biden

“He’s not a national name. Folks in Louisiana aren’t going to be like, ‘oh wow.…

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Why Biden is crushing it nationally — but slipping in Iowa and N.H.
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Why Biden is crushing it nationally — but slipping in Iowa and N.H.

The explanations for the discrepancy run the gamut. The white Iowa and New Hampshire electorates…

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Biden dodges California Dems — and Jorge Ramos
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Biden dodges California Dems — and Jorge Ramos

As a moderator of the September presidential debate, Ramos flustered Biden by asking if Latinos…

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National poll: Biden, Warren and Sanders locked together at top of primary
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National poll: Biden, Warren and Sanders locked together at top of primary

Bernie Sanders, Joe Biden, and Elizabeth Warren. | Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images The Democratic primary has…

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Biden digs in on ‘elitist’ attacks against Warren
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Biden digs in on ‘elitist’ attacks against Warren

In Iowa, Biden confronts a growing threat: Pete Buttigieg
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In Iowa, Biden confronts a growing threat: Pete Buttigieg

At the massive state party event known for its catalytic effect on campaigns — it’s…

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Why Biden caved on super PAC cash
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Why Biden caved on super PAC cash

“Joe Biden has not raised as much money as the others through his own campaign…

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Biden flips stance on super PAC help amid cash struggles
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Biden flips stance on super PAC help amid cash struggles

Joe Biden apologises for 1998 remark on lynching
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Joe Biden apologises for 1998 remark on lynching

Joe Biden apologises for 1998 remark on lynching 23 October 2019 Share this with Facebook…

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Biden stumbles create an opening in the middle
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Biden stumbles create an opening in the middle

“You’re not going to out-left Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren,” said Mathew Littman, a Democratic…

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