Joe Biden – Extraordinary American Politician

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Full Name Joseph Robinette Biden Jr
DOBNovember 20, 1942
CountryUnited States

Joseph Robinette Biden Jr. (Joe Biden) is an American politician who is the 46th and current president of the United States. A member of the Democratic Party, he served as the 47th vice president from 2009 to 2017 under Barack Obama and represented Delaware in the United States Senate from 1973 to 2009.

At age 29, President Biden became one of the youngest people ever elected to the United States Senate. Just weeks after his Senate election, tragedy struck the Biden family when his wife Neilia and daughter Naomi were killed, and sons Hunter and Beau were critically injured, in an auto accident.

Biden was sworn into the U.S. Senate at his sons’ hospital bedsides and began commuting from Wilmington to Washington every day, first by car, and then by train, in order to be with his family. He would continue to do so throughout his time in the Senate. 

Biden married Jill Jacobs in 1977, and in 1980, their family was complete with the birth of Ashley Blazer Biden. A lifelong educator, Jill earned her doctorate in education and returned to teaching as an English professor at a community college in Virginia.

Beau Biden, Attorney General of Delaware and Joe Biden’s eldest son, passed away in 2015 after battling brain cancer with the same integrity, courage, and strength he demonstrated every day of his life. Beau’s fight with cancer inspires the mission of President Biden’s life — ending cancer as we know it.

Biden Early Life

On August 27, 1966, Biden wedded Neilia Hunter (1942-1972), an understudy at Syracuse University. They had three kids: Joseph R. “Lover” Biden III , Robert Hunter Biden  and Naomi Christina “Amy” Biden. In 1968, Biden earned a Juris Doctor from Syracuse University College of Law, positioned 76th in his group of 85, in the wake of bombing a course due to a recognized “mistake” when he counterfeited a law survey article for a paper he wrote in his first year at law school. He was admitted to the Delaware bar in 1969.

In 1968, Biden clerked at a Wilmington law office headed by prominent local Republican William Prickett and, he later said, “thought of myself a Republican”  In 1969, Biden practiced legal counsel first as a public protector and afterward at a firm headed by a locally active Democrat who named him to the Democratic Forum, a group attempting to change and revive the state party.

In 1970, Biden ran for the 4th district seat on the New Castle County Council on a liberal stage that included help for public lodging for suburbs. The seat had been held by Republican Henry R. Folsom, who was running in the 5th District following a reapportionment of council districts. In 1972, Biden crushed Republican incumbent J. Caleb Boggs to turn into the junior U.S. senator from Delaware. He was the main Democrat able to challenge Boggs.

Death Of Biden’s Wife And Daughter

On December 18, 1972, half a month after the election, Biden’s wife  Neilia and one-year-old daughter Naomi were killed in an automobile accident  while Christmas shopping in Hockessin, Delaware.

A long time later, Biden said he had heard that the truck driver drank liquor before the crash. The driver’s family rejected that case, and the police never validated it. Biden later apologized to the family. The accident had filled him with anger and religious doubt. He wrote that he “felt God had played a horrible trick” on him.

Biden’s Second marriage


Biden credits his second wife, teacher Jill Tracy Jacobs, with the restoration of his interest in politics and life they met in 1975 on a blind date and were married at the United Nations Chapel in New York on June 17, 1977. They spent their honeymoon vacation at Lake Balaton in the Hungarian People’s Republic, behind the Iron Curtain.

Joe Biden 1988 Presidential campaign

The 1988 presidential campaign of Joe Biden, a Democratic U.S. Congressperson from Delaware, started in June 1987. Biden was viewed as possibly perhaps the strongest competitor. Biden would run for president two more times. His 2008 mission additionally finished in early disappointment, in spite of the fact that he was approached to join nominee Barack Obama’s ticket and was chosen the 47th Vice president, however in his third effort he become the Democratic Party’s 2020 Presidential nominee and then was chosen the 46th president of the United States.

Joe Biden 2008 Presidential campaign

Joe Biden, a long-term U.S. congressperson from Delaware, started his 2008 presidential campaign when he declared his bid for President of the United States on the January 7, 2007. During the mission, Biden focused on his arrangement to make political progress in the Iraq War through an arrangement of federalization.  Seven months after the finish of his campaign, Biden was chosen to be Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama’s vice-presidential running mate.

The pair won in the election and were confirmed on January 20, 2009, making Biden leave the Senate following 36 years. A long time later, in the 2020 election, Biden would proceed to turn into the Democratic presidential nominee, overcoming Obama’s replacement, the 45th president and Republican candidate Donald Trump, turning into the 46th president of the United States.

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2020 U.S. Presidental Election Stats

YearPartyVotes for Biden%OpponentPartyVotes for Donald Trump%
306 electoral votes (270 needed)
51%Donald TrumpRepublican232 electoral votes47%

Books By Joe Biden

  1. Promise me, Dad: A Year of Hope
  2. Promises to keep: On Life and Politics
  3. This is Americas Day: Inaugural
  4. National Strategy for The Covid-19
  5. The complete book of Presidential
  6. Political Figure of Afghanistan:
  7. Democracy Has Prevailed: Speeches

Top 10 Famous Quotes by Joe Biden

  1. Our future cannot depend on the government alone. The ultimate solutions lie in the attitudes and the actions of the American people.
  2. A gaffe in Washington is someone telling the truth, and telling the truth has never hurt me.
  3. This nuclear option is ultimately an example of the arrogance of power.
  4. Don’t tell me what you value, show me your budget, and I’ll tell you what you value.
  5. You cannot give the vice president the authority to declassify specific information and then turn around and say he can just give carte blanche to an assistant of his to declassify whatever he wants.
  6. We are Boston. We are America. We respond. We endure. We overcome. And we own the finish line.
  7. Failure at some point in your life is inevitable, but giving up is unforgivable.
  8. In my heart I’m confident I could make good President.
  9. It is unfortunate we were put in the position where the Republicans made it clear they were ready to let everything fall unless they got these tax cuts.
  10. Transgender discrimination is the civil rights issue of our time.