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Joe Biden’s career
Joe Biden was born on November 20, 1942, in Scranton, Pennsylvania. He worked as a public defender in Wilmington, Delaware, after graduating from law school in 1968. Biden was first elected to the U.S. Senate in 1972, and he has been reelected six times. He was the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee from 1987 to 1995.
Joe Biden’s time as Vice President
Joe Biden was Barack Obama’s Vice President for 8 years. Biden’s early career in the US Senate was defined by his work on the Judiciary Committee, where he helped lead the opposition to Supreme Court nominee Robert Bork in 1987 and worked on the “Anita Hill” hearings in 1991. After Biden’s election as Vice President, he helped shape US policy on issues such as the withdrawal of troops from Iraq and the Affordable Care Act. In his role as Vice President, Biden also oversaw the stimulus package in response to the Great Recession.
Joe Biden’s run for President
Former Vice President Joe Biden joked about running over a reporter in his car during an interview on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” on Wednesday.
The potential 2020 presidential candidate was asked about his plans for the future and whether he would consider running for office again.
“I’m not committing to anything,” Biden said. “But I’m not taking anything off the table.”
He then joked about an incident in which he accidentally ran over a reporter while driving a golf cart on a course in Delaware in 2006.
“The good news is that I have no intention of running over any reporters with my car,” Biden said. “But I can’t say the same for some of my colleagues.”
Joe Biden’s Jokes
Joe Biden has been in the news a lot lately for his gaffes, but he’s also known for his sense of humor. Some of his jokes are actually pretty funny. Here are a few of our favorites.
Joe Biden’s joke about running over a reporter
In October of 2015, Vice President Joe Biden made a joke about running over a reporter while campaigning in Iowa. “I just wanna tell you how much I appreciate the press being here,” Biden said. “hexemestrically speaking… you know, the Iowa caucus is like, 60 days away. I’m looking around, and I see some of my friends back there in the press corps. I mean they’re standing out here in the cold, they’re getting frazzled—and I’m thinking to myself, ‘Boy, I wish I could take one of those new SUVs and just put it right into high gear and run right over every one of them.'” The joke was met with laughter from the crowd, but some reporters were not amused.
Joe Biden’s joke about the Secret Service
“I was jogging down the street the other day and this car pulled up next to me,” Biden said. “The driver rolls down his window and says, ‘Excuse me, Mr. Vice President, my wife and I just wanted to say how much we admire you.’ I said, ‘Thank you.’ He said, ‘Ever since we heard you speak at my son’s graduation from the Police Academy, we have been following your career.'”
Biden continued, “So I asked him what he did for a living. He said he was a trash collector. I said, ‘That’s a great job! How long have you been doing it?’ He said, ‘Ever since we heard you speak at my son’s graduation from the Police Academy, sir.'”
Joe Biden’s popularity
America’s Vice President Joe Biden has been in the news a lot recently. This is due to his popularity as a politician and his recent string of gaffes. However, one thing that has really made Joe Biden popular is his sense of humor. Recently, Joe Biden made a joke about running over a reporter.
Joe Biden’s approval rating
Joe Biden’s approval rating is currently at 63%.
Joe Biden’s favorability rating
Joe Biden’s favorability rating has remained steady despite a recent gaffe in which he joked about running over a reporter.
The former vice president is viewed favorably by 46 percent of Americans, according to a new CNN poll conducted by SSRS. That’s unchanged from March, when Biden was first tested in the poll following his announcement that he was running for president.
Biden remains the clear front-runner in the Democratic field, with 32 percent of Democratic and Democratic-leaning voters saying they are most likely to support him. That’s unchanged from last month.