Author : Jon Sterngass
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
Publisher : Infobase Holdings, Inc
ISBN : 9781438199597
Type book : PDF, Epub, Kindle and Mobi
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Joe Biden, the 46th President of the United States, has led an extremely eventful life. In 1972, Biden became a seven-term U.S. Senator from Delaware, serving 37 years in the Senate and casting more than 12,000 votes. He then served eight years as 47th U.S. Vice President under U.S. President Barack Obama. Along the way, he overcame personal tragedy, life threatening illness, and career setbacks to become a foreign policy expert and one of the most respected legislators in the United States.

Author : Beatrice Gormley
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
Publisher : Aladdin
ISBN : 9781534479326
Type book : PDF, Epub, Kindle and Mobi
File Download : 256 page
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A biography of Joe Biden, the 46th President of the United States​: from childhood through the Senate to his election as vice president and, in 2020, as president. The road to the presidency of the United States was a long—and determined—one for Joseph Robinette Biden, Jr. From Joe’s childhood in Scranton, Pennsylvania, and Wilmington, Delaware, his close-knit, devoted family gave him the foundation that would guide him through life. His family’s unwavering support bolstered Joe when he was bullied for stuttering, attended law school, and became a public defender. They encouraged Joe when he pursued a career in politics and became the sixth youngest senator in US history. They consoled him when he suffered the devastating loss of his first wife and baby daughter and years later the death of his eldest son, Beau. And they cheered Joe when he served two vice presidential terms with President Barrack Obama. After a lifetime marked by perseverance, integrity, and accomplishment, Joe Biden and running mate, Kamala Harris, won the 2020 presidential election. And standing by his side each and every step of the way was his wife Jill, his children, and his grandchildren—his family.

Author : Kate Mikoley
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
Publisher : Enslow Publishing, LLC
ISBN : 9781978525917
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File Download : 24 page
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In November 2020, Joe Biden was elected to be the next president of the United States. Occurring in the midst of a global pandemic, the election is sure to be remembered in history as an important event. With the help of this engaging volume, readers will learn all about the inspiring politician whose career achievements include being one of the youngest U.S. senators in history, serving as vice president, and being elected 46th president of the United States. With accessible text and eye-catching photographs, readers of many ages and levels can appreciate the material. Fact boxes, a concise timeline, and quotes from Biden himself help readers develop a deeper understanding of this leader’s life.

Author : Scott Dworkin
Genre : Political Science
Publisher : Simon and Schuster
ISBN : 9781510750395
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Is Joe Biden the right Democrat to face Trump in 2020? Decide by reading this guide to his policies, accomplishments as vice president to Barack Obama, and complicated past as a Congressman. Even before he decided to run, Joe Biden was the most popular Democratic candidate for president in 2020. On the heels of serving as vice president, and close friend, to Barack Obama, Biden’s resume and likability position the former Congressman from Delaware as the favorite for the nomination. He holds s strong lead in the polls. But Joe Biden’s legacy is much more complicated. He chaired the Foreign Relations and Senate Judiciary Committees, but his treatment of Anita Hill in the Clarence Thomas Supreme Court hearings will be a black mark on his candidacy. He oversaw successful Great Recession relief and the Violence Against Women Act and ultimately received the Presidential Medal of Freedom, but the racial statements from his past will reflect poorly when promoted by Republicans and fellow Democratic candidates. And Biden has faced allegations of inappropriate touching by several women. Meet the Candidates 2020: Joe Biden: A Voter’s Guide will explore these contradictions and help you decide if Biden is your choice for 2020. The Meet the Candidates 2020 series is the informed voter’s guide to making a decision in the 2020 Democratic primary and presidential election. Each book gives an unbiased, political insider’s analysis of each contender, featuring: candidate interviews; an introduction by campaign advisor, Democratic Coalition co-founder, and Dworkin Report host Scott Dworkin; and compilation and writing by Occupy Democrats Editor at Large Grant Stern. In two hours of reading, you’ll understand their defining characteristics, credentials, campaign issues, challenges, presidential chances, and everything else you need to know to decide who should challenge Donald Trump. Whether it’s for Elizabeth Warren, Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders, Kamala Harris, Pete Buttigieg, Cory Booker, or another, Meet the Candidates is what you need to make an informed vote for president in 2020.

Author : Fame Life Bios
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
Publisher : Fame Life Bios
ISBN : 9781634975742
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Joe Biden: A Short Unauthorized Biography is a short unauthorized biography produced from electronic resources researched that includes significant events and career milestones. Ideal for fans of Joe Biden and general readers looking for a quick insight about one of today's most intriguing celebrities. This must-read short unauthorized biography chronicles: Who is Joe Biden Things People Have Said about Joe BidenJoe Biden is BornGrowing Up with Joe BidenJoe Biden Personal RelationshipsThe Rise of Joe BidenSignificant Career MilestonesJoe Biden Friends and FoesFun Facts About Joe BidenHow The World Sees Joe Biden Joe Biden A Short Unauthorized Biography is one of the latest short unauthorized biographies from Fame Life Bios. Check it out now!

Author : Milkyway Media
Genre : Study Aids
Publisher : Milkyway Media
ISBN :
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In Promise Me, Dad: A Year of Hope, Hardship, and Purpose (2017), Joe Biden recounts the grueling anxiety and fear he and his family underwent in the months leading up to the death of his son Beau. As Delaware’s attorney general, Beau had crafted a promising political career and had gained popularity among his state’s residents… Purchase this in-depth summary to learn more.

Author : John Guinness
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
Publisher : Hachette UK
ISBN : 9781538706466
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As President Biden so often tells us: “My dad had a saying…” Prudent life lessons—and some downright weird advice—from one Biden to another. Joseph R. Biden Sr. never held political office, but that didn’t stop him from imparting a lifetime’s worth of guidance to his son and our 46th president. Featuring such classic Bidenisms as “I may be Irish, but I’m not stupid,” “Don’t compare me to the Almighty, compare me to the alternative,” and the ever-famous “That’s a bunch of malarkey,” THINGS JOE BIDEN’S FATHER TOLD HIM is a curious catechism of Biden family wisdom.

Author : George Neumayr
Genre : Political Science
Publisher : Simon and Schuster
ISBN : 9781684511334
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File Download : 134 page
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A Socialist in Sheep's Clothing That's what Joe Biden is. "Ordinary Joe" bills himself as a unifying "moderate," but he's far more dangerous than many realize. In fact, he's on board with the extreme Left on every vital issue—from the "Green New Deal," to trampling on the constitutional rights of gun owners and Christians, to socialist schemes that threaten to turn the United States into Venezuela. George Neumayr, a savvy and seasoned reporter, exposes Biden's radicalism and proves—often with the candidate's own words—why his presidency would be a disaster for America. In The Biden Deception, you’ll learn how and why a Biden administration would: Undercut law and order Erase our national borders Insist on abortion on demand across the country Repeal the Trump tax cuts Treat Communist China as an ally rather than a dangerous foe Pick up where Obama left off in “remaking” America—but far more aggressively Be the stepping-stone to power for an even more leftist Democratic Party that takes its cue from “AOC and the Squad” All elections are important, but 2020 will determine whether the U.S. becomes a socialist state—modeled on “lockdown America”—or renews its commitment to freedom and capitalism. Read The Biden Deception and don’t be fooled.

Author : Katherine Rodriguez
Genre : Humor
Publisher : Bombardier Books
ISBN : 9781642937992
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Former vice president Joe Biden has said many things throughout his career where he has put his foot in his mouth, flat-out lied or flip-flopped on his votes, made up false stories, plagiarized, and said racist comments. Things have not changed for “Sleepy Joe” since he decided to run for president in 2020. During his run on the 2020 campaign trail, he’s told people at campaign rallies to “vote for someone else” and has called them “lying, dog-faced pony soldiers.” Throughout this book, you can expect to find some of Biden’s most off-the-wall statements that make him the most embarrassing candidate to ever run for president.

Author : Steven Levingston
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
Publisher : Hachette UK
ISBN : 9780316487887
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File Download : 352 page
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A Washington Post 2019 Notable Selection A vivid and inspiring account of the "bromance" between Barack Obama and Joe Biden. The extraordinary partnership of Barack Obama and Joe Biden is unique in American history. The two men, their characters and styles sharply contrasting, formed a dynamic working relationship that evolved into a profound friendship. Their affinity was not predestined. Obama and Biden began wary of each other: Obama an impatient freshman disdainful of the Senate's plodding ways; Biden a veteran of the chamber and proud of its traditions. Gradually they came to respect each other's values and strengths and rode into the White House together in 2008. Side-by-side through two tension-filled terms, they shared the day-to-day joys and struggles of leading the most powerful nation on earth. They accommodated each other's quirks: Biden's famous miscues kept coming, and Obama overlooked them knowing they were insignificant except as media fodder. With his expertise in foreign affairs and legislative matters, Biden took on an unprecedented role as chief adviser to Obama, reshaping the vice presidency. Together Obama and Biden guided Americans through a range of historic moments: a devastating economic crisis, racial confrontations, war in Afghanistan, and the dawn of same-sex marriage nationwide. They supported each other through highs and lows: Obama provided a welcome shoulder during the illness and death of Biden's son Beau. As many Americans turn a nostalgic eye toward the Obama presidency, Barack and Joe offers a new look at this administration, its absence of scandal, dedication to truth, and respect for the media. This is the first book to tell the full story of this historic relationship and its substantial impact on the Obama presidency and its legacy.