Joe Biden to Enter 2020 Presidential Race Next Week: Report
Expect Joe Biden to officially jump into the 2020 presidential race.????The Atlantic, citing sources speaking with top aides, says the former Vice President will announce his bid Wednesday, April 24th in a rollout video.????The publication reports that the location for a launch rally is still being determined…????...with Biden’s home state Delaware as an obvious choice…????...the option of Philadelphia in his birth state of Pennsylvania…????...or the possibility of Charlottesville, Virginia where Biden first spoke out against President Trump…????...when he would not condemn the actions of white nationalists and blamed both sides for the deadly “Unite the Right” rally in 2017.????Biden has been quiet in the last few weeks after several women came forward with stories of how they were made uncomfortable in the past by the former VP’s physical greetings and interactions.????The Atlantic reports that before those reports came out, Biden still hadn’t decided whether he would run…and the stories caused a further delay.????The Atlantic points out that this will be one of the challenges a Biden campaign will face…????...as well as the logistical hurdle of not having an active campaign account and needing to raise capital quickly.????But the publication does say that senior staff are already in place and more hirings are continuing.????According to a new poll by Emerson College, Biden remains one of the frontrunners for 2020…????...with the former VP only trailing Bernie Sanders by five percentage points.
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