Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Politics Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Politics | Joe Biden’s 2020 Plan is Almost Complete. Democrats Are Impatient. Advertisement Supported by ByJonathan Martin and Alexander Burns March 7, 2019 WASHINGTON — The pieces for a Joseph R. Biden Jr. presidential campaign are falling into place: His nucleus of advisers has begun offering campaign positions to seasoned Democratic strategists. They are eyeing a headquarters in Delaware or nearby Philadelphia and a launch date in the beginning of April. Mr. Biden’s family is on board — his wife, Jill, enthusiastically so. Mr. Biden has also been privately reaching out to a range of influential Democrats, including party donors, members of Congress and allies in the early primary states, to gauge their support. A pillar of organized labor, the International Association of Fire … [Read more...] about Joe Biden’s 2020 Plan is Almost Complete. Democrats Are Impatient.
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WASHINGTON (AP) — In town halls, television interviews and social media posts, Democratic presidential candidates are touting their support for "Medicare-for-all," higher taxes on the wealthy and a war on climate change. But foreign policy, one of the chief responsibilities of a president, is largely taking a back seat on the campaign trail.Former Vice President Joe Biden is seizing on that opening to position himself as the sole global policy expert in a crowded Democratic field if he decides to run for president.In a series of speeches over the past month, Biden portrayed himself as an authoritative counterweight to President Donald Trump's isolationist and nationalistic impulses. Last week, he told an audience in Germany that his vision of America "stands up to the aggression of dictators." The problems of the 21st century, he later said at the University of Pennsylvania, can't be solved "without there being cooperation." His advisers have endorsed his foreign policy … [Read more...] about Joe Biden’s 2020 opening? Dem field missing foreign policy hand
Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Jeremy C. Fox Globe Correspondent January 18, 2019 He’s not even running — yet — but former vice president Joe Biden appears to be a shoo-in for Congressman Stephen F. Lynch’s endorsement if Biden seeks the presidency in 2020.“I hold him in extremely high regard, I do, personally and professionally,” Lynch told the Globe at a news conference Friday outside his South Boston home. “So either he would have to not be a candidate, or . . . someone would really have to stand out” to win his support.Biden said in December that he considers himself ‘‘the most qualified person in the country’’ to hold the Oval Office and that he would decide whether to run early this year. Advertisement Lynch called Friday’s conclave to blast President Trump for blocking a planned trip to Afghanistan … [Read more...] about Who’s aboard the Joe Biden 2020 train? Stephen Lynch.
Get breaking news alerts and special reports. The news and stories that matter, delivered weekday mornings. SUBSCRIBE MIDTERM MADNESS: Here are Joe Biden’s plans for 2018 — and maybe beyond 2020: NBC’s Mike Memoli has a deep dive into Joe Biden’s plans for the midterm elections and beyond to 2020. AK-GOV: Former Democratic Sen. Mark Begich is throwing his hat in the ring, mixing up the race for governor against independent Bill Walker. AL-GOV: Is Kay Ivey unbeatable? CA: Alex Seitz-Wald reports on the collapse of the Republican Party in California. Asian-American voters could have a big impact in Orange County, the New York Times reports. And the Los Angeles Times outlines six crazy things that could happen in the California primary. CA-GOV: The California governors’ race has become a referendum on resistance, writes the Washington Post. POLITICO calls the predicted clash of ideas in the governors’ race “a flop.” CA-SEN: Dianne … [Read more...] about First Read’s Morning Clips: What’s next for Joe Biden?
Former Vice President Joe Biden has been one of the most active Democratic surrogates in 2017 and 2018, and his advisers are hard at work on plans for a busy campaign schedule this fall that could have him appearing at as many as a dozen events each week. At the same time, he and a trusted inner circle have quietly been engaging a wider network of political allies to sketch the outlines of what a Biden 2020 candidacy might look like should he decide to run, multiple sources who have participated in the discussions tell NBC News. Get More at NBC News … [Read more...] about Biden 2020? Former VP Preps for Midterm Blitz as 2020 Question Looms