Joe Biden is getting ready to run for president. Ahead of an expected campaign announcement in April, the former vice president is looking for ways to distinguish himself in the Democratic primary among the sizable field of candidates—perhaps by pledging to serve only one term, or naming Stacey Abrams as his running mate, or announcing a slate of high-profile endorsements out of the gate.
Former vice president Joe Biden slammed the “bonehead idea” of packing the Supreme Court during a 1983 Senate Judiciary Committee hearing, saying the last attempt put into question the independence of the Court for a decade.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) is counting on a big result in the New Hampshire Democratic primary next year, given its proximity to her state and the shot of momentum a strong finish could give to her 2020 candidacy.
Despite the declared 2020 Democratic presidential field being the most diverse and female in history, more than half of primary voters in a new poll prefer two elderly white men who aren’t officially in the race.
Then-Sen. Joe Biden (D., Del.) expressed doubts about forced school integration in a recently unearthed 1975 National Public Radio interview, suggesting the black community actually wanted separation.