Joe Biden (Q6279)

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46th and current president of the United States
  • Joseph Biden
  • Joseph R. Biden
  • Joseph R. Biden Jr.
  • Joseph R. Biden, Jr.
  • Biden
  • Joey Biden
  • JRB
  • POTUS 46
  • Joe R. Biden Jr.
  • Joseph Robinette Biden
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Joe Biden
46th and current president of the United States
  • Joseph Biden
  • Joseph R. Biden
  • Joseph R. Biden Jr.
  • Joseph R. Biden, Jr.
  • Biden
  • Joey Biden
  • JRB
  • POTUS 46
  • Joe R. Biden Jr.
  • Joseph Robinette Biden

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Joseph Robinette Biden Jr. (English)
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Joe (English)
Joey (English)
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Father’s Tough Life an Inspiration for Biden (English)
23 October 2008
19 August 2020
But life in Scranton was not always so easy for Joe Jr., who was born there on Nov. 20, 1942[...] (English)
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Father’s Tough Life an Inspiration for Biden (English)
23 October 2008
19 August 2020
None of them have left as deep an impression on [Senator Joseph R. Biden Jr.] as his father, Joseph Robinette Biden Sr., a prideful man. (English)
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Father’s Tough Life an Inspiration for Biden (English)
23 October 2008
19 August 2020
Mr. Biden’s younger sister, Valerie Biden Owens, [...] (English)
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Father’s Tough Life an Inspiration for Biden (English)
23 October 2008
19 August 2020
During his junior year, he took a spring break trip to the Bahamas, where he encountered Neilia Hunter[...] “I fell ass over tin cup in love — at first sight,” he said, and set about pursuing her with a single-mindedness he has shown in his political pursuits. (English)
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Father’s Tough Life an Inspiration for Biden (English)
23 October 2008
19 August 2020
[...], just before Christmas, Neilia and their 13-month-old daughter, Naomi, were killed in a car crash that left his boys, Beau and Hunter, severely injured. (English)
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Father’s Tough Life an Inspiration for Biden (English)
23 October 2008
19 August 2020
Corporate practice did not appeal to him, and he found that criminal defense work was not terribly lucrative. (English)
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4 November 1970
8 November 1972
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Father’s Tough Life an Inspiration for Biden (English)
23 October 2008
19 August 2020
In 1970, he won a seat on the New Castle County Council. (English)
Joe Biden (English)
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Father’s Tough Life an Inspiration for Biden (English)
23 October 2008
19 August 2020
To be closer to Neilia and her family, he set off after graduation for Syracuse Law School,[...] (English)
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Father’s Tough Life an Inspiration for Biden (English)
23 October 2008
19 August 2020
The Bidens scraped together the tuition for Joe Jr. and his brothers to attend the prestigious Archmere Academy. Joe Jr. called the school “the object of my deepest desire, my Oz.” (English)
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Father’s Tough Life an Inspiration for Biden (English)
23 October 2008
19 August 2020
For a time, [his father] commuted to Wilmington to clean boilers for a heating and cooling company. In 1953, he moved the family there. (English)
In 1953, the Biden family moved from Pennsylvania to Claymont, Delaware. (English)
7 December 2020
Vice President Joe Biden | The White House (English)
23 August 2008
7 December 2020
Timeline of Joe Biden's life and career (English)
Summer 1953 - Moves to Claymont, Del. (English)
What it takes : the way to the White House (English)
1954
... and that's when he moved the family, to Claymont. ... After a year, he moved Jean and the kids to a real house in Arden but better ... (English)
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Father’s Tough Life an Inspiration for Biden (English)
23 October 2008
19 August 2020
He returned to Wilmington after law school with his bride, Neilia, whom he married in 1966 (English)
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What it takes : the way to the White House (English)
1954
... and that's when he moved the family, to Claymont. ... After a year, he moved Jean and the kids to a real house in Arden, a rental place, but better ... and after another year, the moved to the house on Wilson Road. (English)
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INSIDE: June 22, 2009 Meeting Minutes (English)
Elaine Hickey
4.0 Recognition of the Departed
7 December 2020
Vice President Joe Biden and his Secret Service entourage attended the Memorial Service. At the service Joe Biden talked about the time he spent living in the Village of Arden as a kid. (English)
18 September 2009
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What it takes : the way to the White House (English)
1954
... and that's when he moved the family, to Claymont. ... After a year, he moved Jean and the kids to a real house in Arden, a rental place, but better ... and after another year, the moved to the house on Wilson Road. (English)
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18 July 2013
Joe Biden: The Most Misunderstood Man in Washington (English)
7 December 2020
20 January 2021
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Father’s Tough Life an Inspiration for Biden (English)
23 October 2008
19 August 2020
Two years [after 1970] later, local Democratic politicians asked him to serve as the sacrificial lamb in the United States Senate race against the popular two-term incumbent, J. Caleb Boggs. (English)
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Father’s Tough Life an Inspiration for Biden (English)
23 October 2008
19 August 2020
“[Biden] was a skinny kid,” said E. John Walsh, his football coach at Archmere, “but he was one of the best pass receivers I had in 16 years as a coach.” (English)
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Joe Biden
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Joe Biden
August 2019
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28 September 2020
Joe Biden
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25 October 2011
Joe Biden for President
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