Biden calls for unity: 'Most important thing is to beat Trump'
Formally launching his third presidential campaign, Joe Biden appealed for party and national unity while accusing Donald Trump of leading America with ‘a clenched fist, a closed hand and a hard heart’. But, he said, ‘we are the United States of America and there is not a single thing we cannot do if we are together.’ Biden was a senator from Delaware for 36 years and vice-president to Barack Obama from 2009 to 2017. He was a relatively late entrant to the sprawling field seeking the Democratic nomination in 2020, which has now reached 23 candidates
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