Wednesday, 4 March 2020

WATCH: Symone Sanders Takes Down Protester Who Storms Stage While Biden Talks

Symone Sanders, an adviser to the Biden campaign, took down a far-left protester who stormed the stage while Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden was talking on Tuesday night.
Sanders, a former CNN commentator and supporter of socialist Bernie Sanders, tweeted following the incident, “I broke a nail. #SuperTuesday”
Symone Sanders takes down a protester at the Biden victory speech in Los Angeles tonight.
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The Daily Wire highlighted Joe Biden’s background and policy views in an in-depth profile piece on him last September:

Joseph Robinette Biden Jr. served as the 47th Vice President of the United States from 2009–2017 and is currently the polling leader for the Democratic Party’s 2020 presidential nomination. Prior to that, he served as a U.S. senator from Delaware from 1973–2009. Biden, a Pennsylvania native and member of the Democratic Party, grew up in a Catholic family. He attained his bachelor’s degree at the University of Delaware and attended law school at Syracuse University. After law school, he worked in Delaware, both as a public defender and in private legal practice.
Biden first married Neilia Biden (née Hunter), who tragically died — along with the couple’s one-year-old daughter Naomi — in a car accident shortly after Biden’s first U.S. Senate electoral victory in November 1972. Along with Naomi, Biden and Neilia also had two other children: Sons Beau and Hunter. Beau died at the age of 46, while Biden was serving as vice president, due to brain cancer. Biden eventually married Jill Biden (née Jacobs) in 1977 and the couple has had one child together, Ashley.
In 2008, Biden made history by being the running mate to the first black American to be elected to the office of president of the United States, Barack Obama.
Electoral History: Biden first successfully sought elected office in 1969, when he ran for New Castle County Council in suburban Delaware. Biden then ran for U.S. Senate in 1972, narrowly defeating incumbent Republican J. Caleb Boggs. Biden served in the Senate for seven terms, including a notable stretch as chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee from 1987–1995. As Senate Judiciary Committee chairman during this period, Biden oversaw the committee’s vetting of various U.S. Supreme Court nominations from Presidents Ronald Reagan, George H.W. Bush, and Bill Clinton. Later, in the 2000s, Biden also served as chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.
The 2020 election marks the third time that Biden has sought the Democratic Party nomination for President of the United States. In 1988, Biden ran for president, although his campaign proved short-lived after allegations of perjury surfaced. In 2008, Biden ran a foreign policy-centric campaign that focused largely on his plan to divide Iraq into different religious/ethnic-based political units. He dropped out after the Iowa caucuses and was eventually named as the vice presidential running mate to 2008 Democratic Party presidential nominee Barack Obama.
In 2008, Obama and Biden prevailed over U.S. Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) and Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin by an Electoral College margin of 365–173. In 2012, Obama and Biden successfully sought re-election, defeating former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney and running mate Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) by an Electoral College margin of 332–206.
Biden has long had a penchant for verbal gaffes. His political campaigning style, which some believe to be highly up-close and personal, has led some to nickname him “Uncle Joe.”

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