Michael Bloomberg calls it quits after blowing $600 million on a doomed presidential campaign

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Bloomberg is endorsing former rival Joe Biden, after Biden surged and Bloomberg floundered on Super Tuesday. After entering the race only 100 days ago to be the Democratic presidential nominee, billionaire Michael Bloomberg has announced he’s ending his bid for the White House. The former New York mayor officially made the announcement on Twitter, where he said he was endorsing former Vice President Joe Biden, who performed better than expected in Super Tuesday voting (and suffered some viral drama ). Read Full Story

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Here’s the story behind the viral photo of Jill Biden confronting a protester on Super Tuesday

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The vegan protester rushed the stage as the former vice president was giving a victory speech—when Jill Biden stepped in to protect him. Super Tuesday had a few surprises, not the least of which Joe Biden performed better than many expected he would—keeping him a contender to be the next Democratic presidential nominee. But another surprise of the night was when a vegan protester rushed the stage during Biden’s victory speech and was fended off not by the Secret Service but by Biden’s wife, Jill. Read Full Story

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Who will Joe Biden pick for vice president? When will he announce? Here’s the latest

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Biden told MSNBC that four Black women are under consideration to be his vice presidential pick, but he did not commit to a woman of color. Isn’t it about time to meet the Democratic vice presidential candidate? Yes, yes it is. Here’s what we know so far about who is being considered as former vice president Joe Biden’s running mate in the lead-up to the Democratic National Convention and the 2020 presidential election: Read Full Story

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Bernie Sanders drops out of the 2020 presidential race

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Bernie Sanders leaving the Democratic primary race clears the way for former Vice President Joe Biden. Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont announced his withdrawal from the presidential race on Wednesday morning, following Tuesday’s Wisconsin in-person primary. The in-person primary was widely criticized, and Sanders had called for its postponement . Its results will not be announced until next week . Read Full Story

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Joe Biden wins the presidential race, defeating Donald Trump

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Multiple major decision desks are now officially projecting a Biden-Harris victory. After several days of furious ballot counting, multiple major decision desks have now called the 2020 presidential race for former Vice President Joe Biden, bringing a higher degree of certainty and much-anticipated relief to an election that saw record participation from American voters despite a multitude of converging national crises. Read Full Story

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Joe Biden’s best fashion accessory isn’t his Ray-Bans

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When Joe Biden wore a pocket square to accept the Democratic nomination for president, he was the first candidate to do so in 40 years. Here’s what the pocket square says about him. Presidential candidate and former VP Joe Biden loves a good pocket square. Amid the sea of dark suits that fill the political landscape, he often breaks the monotony with a sharp piece of white fabric peeking out from his chest pocket. Read Full Story

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Joe Biden widens electoral vote lead against Donald Trump in decisive presidential race

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With Georgia added to his tally, Biden would have 306 electoral votes compared to Trump’s 232. President-elect Joe Biden widened his electoral vote lead against incumbent President Donald Trump on Friday after multiple decision desks called the state of Georgia in his favor. NBC News, CNN, and The New York Times made the call with projections that would add the state’s 16 electoral votes to the former vice president’s tally, giving him a total of 306 compared to Trump’s 232. Read Full Story

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Here’s where VP pick Kamala Harris stands on Big Tech, family leave, fair pay, and more

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Former vice president Joe Biden has picked Senator Kamala Harris of California to be his running mate in the 2020 presidential election. Former vice president Joe Biden has picked Senator Kamala Harris of California to be his running mate, a historic move that will make her the first woman of color to be nominated by a major party in a U.S. presidential election. Harris, one of Biden’s toughest rivals in the Democratic primary race, had been seen as one of the most likely choices throughout the months-long vetting process. Read Full Story

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