Joe Biden evokes rhetoric of Barack Obama in 2020 campaign kickoff rally
Saturday, 18 May 2019 Former Vice President Joe Biden officially kicked off his presidential bid by evoking the messages of Barack Obama at a campaign rally in Philadelphia. CBS News 2020 Campaign Reporter Bo Erickson joined CBSN to recap Biden's remarks.
According to Politico, Joe Biden is placing all of his bets on Pennsylvania. Not only was he was born in Scranton, he's basing his campaign headquarters in Philadelphia. On Saturday, he capped a three-week campaign launch tour with a rally in Philadelphia, and explained to supporters why he chose to...
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