Former United States Vice President Joe Biden has been elected as the 46th President of United States of America for the 4 years presidency.
He was considered one of the strongest Democrats to face incumbent President Donald Trump in 2020. Biden, a 76-year-old leader who is well-known and well-known, has also been in the lead in recent polls. Announcing the three-and-a-half-minute video via Twitter, he said he was basically a different candidate for the nation.
“The special significance of the country, our presence in the world, our democracy, these and similar issues have made America America, that is our basis,” he wrote on Twitter.
“That is why I have announced my candidacy for the presidency of the United States,” he wrote. Widen, who has been active in US politics for nearly half a decade, has called on the country’s leadership to provide opportunities to serve the country.
He served as vice president for eight years under former President Barack Obama. The process of announcing the candidacy in the United States for the upcoming election has intensified.
Who is Joe Biden?
Joe Biden, born Joseph Robinetti Biden Jr., was born on November 20, 1942, in Pennsylvania. Born into an Irish-Catholic family, he is one of four children.
He was elected senator in 1972 at the age of 29. However, he did not reach the minimum age, so he took office only a few weeks later, in 1973, at the age of 30.
Shortly after he became a senator, he suffered a major setback. His wife Nelia and daughter died in a car accident.
He ran for president for the first time in the 1988 election. However, he had to withdraw his candidacy.
In 2008 he ran again for the presidency. However, after failing to reach a political agreement, he again withdrew from the race. He then became vice president under President Barack Obama.