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Biden left New Hampshire earlier than expected to go to South Carolina Wednesday, 12 February 2020 ()
Ahead of what could be a lower finish, the Biden campaign announced he and his wife Jill Biden would leave New Hampshire for South Carolina
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Joe Biden said he is heading out to South Carolina

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