DELUSIONAL: Newsweek Thinks Joe Biden Can Beat Trump In 2020

Newsweek used to be a respectable magazine but they have gone so far to the left that they have become a joke. They are now pushing Joe Biden as a candidate who they believe could beat Trump in 2020.

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Five months—five agonizing months. That’s how long it had been since Joe Biden’s eldest son, Beau, died of an aggressive brain tumor. For three years, Joe had cared for Beau, an Iraq War veteran and Delaware’s attorney general, but by the spring of 2015 he was gone. The pain of his son’s death was still raw for the vice president as he stepped behind a microphone in the White House’s Rose Garden in October 2015, flanked by his wife, Jill, and President Barack Obama.

You could see Joe Biden’s hurt; his normally ebullient smile was gone, replaced by a fatigued grimace. Facing a small crowd and live cameras, Biden announced what many had long expected: He would not be running for president in 2016. The longtime senator was not emotionally ready. The “grieving process,” Biden said, “doesn’t respect or much care about things like filing deadlines or debates and primaries and caucuses.”…

The former veep might have beaten Trump in 2016, and he might beat him in 2020—if he gets that far. Biden is well liked by most liberals—he championed the nation’s first black president and came out for gay marriage ahead of Obama and both Clintons. But compared with Warren and others, he may seem too moderate, too establishment, too white and maybe too old (he’s now 75) to mount a bid in 2020. And if he runs, his progressive rivals will pore over a half-century-long paper trail and inevitably find plenty with which to bludgeon him during the primaries.

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Biden would be a horrible candidate for Democrats in 2020. Let’s hope they nominate him.


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