Jill Biden: Husband Has Learned to Give Others Their Space


Former Vice President Joe Biden charged Saturday that Jim Crow is "sneaking back in" as he emphasized voting rights at his first presidential campaign stop in SC, where black voters play a key role in the South's first presidential primary.

Jill Biden said she gave her husband the advice Michelle Obama shared during her 2016 address at the Democratic National Convention. "And someone asked me, you know, did this ever happen to you?" Unite people, and I think that's Joe's strength, and that's why America needs Joe Biden, ' she added. He has more energy than anybody I know. The website notes that Biden was against same-sex marriage, against abortion, and initially supported the Iraq War. "What I'm not going to do is get into what he wants me to do". "He's a friend of mine".

"We called all the grandkids, all five of them came, we sat in the library and said "what do you think, pop's thinking about this", and to a child, they said "pop has to run, he has to do this" and they were really positive about it", she said.

However, he continued, "But look, I think the other thing about Bernie is the other Democratic candidates have cannabilized his views: The Medicare-for-All, the Green New Deal, sort of by-and-large socialist policies that are things nearly every single Democrat in this field has adopted hook, line and sinker and that used to be a very unique component to his campaign". That concern is palpable among party officials in Washington and activists paying close attention to the caucus campaign. And so we just decided maybe this was his time, ' she said on CBS 'This Morning'.

Nine months before Iowa opens the presidential nominating contest, Sanders is not only trying to keep his old supporters on board, who almost delivered him a victory here over Hillary Clinton in 2016, but he is also working to expand his appeal beyond his loyal followers.

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While he still considers politics to be about personal connection, he said he "will be more mindful and respectful of people's personal space". "I only hope you have the intelligence, long in doubt, to wage a successful primary campaign".

The Hill, who conducted the poll, reveals that Sanders has taken a precipitous drop since Biden entered the race, and the pair are now a wide margin apart, with Biden commanding 46% of the vote to Sanders' 14%. It's a far different approach than he's taking to Elizabeth Warren, who he has declined to highlight any differences with, even though they overlap more than any other rivals. "Impeachment proceedings in the House ensure that more of these facts come to light, ensure that the Senate can make a very informed decision about the consequences for this President".

In an interview with the New York Times published Saturday, Pelosi said that instead of focusing on impeachment, Democrats should "own the center left, own the mainstream" and focus on winning.

"No. I didn't say anything to him, I guess, because that's the way he - I mean, that's just the way Joe was", she answered.