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Joe Biden

The former president will be remembered for his "jealous rage" and "greatest failure," the political analyst wrote.
"It’s like night and day," the White House worker told The New Yorker.
The former president used his speech at the conservative convention to bash the Democratic Party and President Joe Biden.
America, we got lucky. On the laundry list of things Donald Trump has been terrible at, transforming our country into a fascist autocracy was only the latest.
The first lady told the talk show host that things happen for the best and that life will eventually “look better.”
After racial justice protests erupted in New York, Seattle and Portland, Trump attempted to cut the cities' federal funding by labelling them "anarchist."
The president also highlighted the safety of the vaccines and encouraged those who are able to get the shots.
The GOP senator complained that "Team Biden is soft on China." Critics noted that Team Cruz is soft on domestic insurrectionists.
The president asked all members of the Federal Service Impasses Panel to resign. Two declined and were fired.
Progressives are filling up key jobs that support Biden’s well-known Cabinet picks.
From border wall funds to the Muslim ban, the accomplishments Trump bragged about were done by executive action and have just as readily been undone.
Dr. Sean Conley issued conflicting statements about Trump's COVID-19 diagnosis last fall. He's been replaced by Biden's longtime physician, Dr. Kevin O'Connor.
Biden looks out of a trashed Oval Office's window in artist Tim O’Brien's latest front page illustration for the magazine.
RIP, little red button that Donald Trump pressed to get his 12 Diet Cokes a day.
The new president vows to bring back what's "been missing in a big way the last four years."
Out with Winston Churchill, in with Cesar Chavez.
The Texas senator got hit with an instant fact-check on Twitter.
Hannity's coverage was all sour grapes, but one remark about the new president really got a backlash.