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48 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Joe Biden. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Joe Biden, often where they are interviewed.

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48 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Joe Biden. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Joe Biden, often where they are interviewed.

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Young Black Voters Don't Want JOE BIDEN!

The Jimmy Dore Show
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Democrats prevent Trump from withdrawing troops in Afghanistan!

Nancy Pelosi's corrupt bailout for husband's business!

Disabled Veteran Living A Nightmare Created by Joe Biden!

Phone calls from Jeff Sessions, Mitt Romney, Harrison Ford, and Bernie Sanders!

Featuring Stef Zamorano and Mike MacRae!

Jul 16 2020

50mins

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Joe Biden Cruises Ahead in Polls & Trump's Fearmongering 911 Ad | Hannibal Buress

The Daily Show With Trevor Noah: Ears Edition
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Joe Biden leads President Trump in polls, Dulce Sloan highlights the importance of taking the census, and Hannibal Buress discusses his stand-up special "Miami Nights."

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Jul 15 2020

42mins

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How Joe Biden could clinch the election

The Pod’s Honest Truth with David Brody
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 Biden needs to take a page from Obama and why theologian Dr. Albert Mohler is changing his tune on Trump.

Jun 15 2020

22mins

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Georgia's Primary Voting Disaster | Joe Biden

The Daily Show With Trevor Noah: Ears Edition
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Georgia voters endure long lines and faulty equipment at the polls, and former vice president Joe Biden discusses police reform and running against President Trump.

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Jun 11 2020

42mins

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JOE BIDEN IS YOUR ENEMY!

The Jimmy Dore Show
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Nancy Pelosi exposed!

They're coming after your Social Security!

Phone calls from Moe Greene, Vince Vaughn, Barrack Obama, David Axelrod, and Joe Biden!

Featuring Stef Zamorano, Dylan Ratigan, and Mike MacRae!

May 07 2020

1hr 4mins

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Interview with Joe Biden

Cuomo Prime Time with Chris Cuomo
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Chris goes one on one with 2020 Presidential Candidate, Joe Biden

Apr 08 2020

47mins

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Trevor covers Joe Biden's long political career, from his history of gaffes to his war of words with President Donald Trump leading up to the 2020 presidential race.

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Mar 28 2020

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Dan Pfeiffer on Joe Biden, beating Trump, and saving democracy

The Ezra Klein Show
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Before becoming the co-host of Pod Save America, Dan Pfeiffer spent most of his adult life in Democratic Party politics, which included serving as White House communications director for President Barack Obama. But in his new book Un-Trumping America, the former operative levels some sharp criticism toward the party he came of political age in. 

Contrary to the rhetoric of the leading Democratic presidential candidate, Pfeiffer doesn’t think of Donald Trump as the source of our current social and political ills, and he doesn’t believe that beating Trump will bring about a return to “normalcy.” For Pfeiffer, Trump is a symptom of much deeper forces in our politics — forces that will continue to proliferate unless Democrats get serious about, among other things, genuine structural reform. Among the things we discuss: 

- Pfeiffer’s view that Donald Trump is the favorite in 2020

- Why the core divide in the Democratic Party isn’t progressive vs. moderate

- The flaws in both Sanders and Biden’s theories of institutional change 

- The way Obama looms over the Democratic primary — perhaps even more than Trump does 

- The case for, and against, filibuster reform

- Pfeiffer’s biggest regret from inside the Obama administration

- What working with Joe Biden is like

- Why the Obama White House didn’t rally around Biden in 2016

- The damage the political consultant class does to Democrats

- What the left got wrong about the Democratic Party

- Why Democrats need to prioritize democracy itself

References:

Ezra's profile of Joe Biden

Book recommendations:

Nixonland by Rick Perlstein

The Known World by Edward P. Jones

No Ordinary Time by Doris Kearns Goodwin



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Engineer - Cynthia Gil

Producer/Editor - Jeff Geld

Researcher - Roge Karma

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Mar 12 2020

1hr 38mins

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And Then There Were Two: Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden

The New Yorker: Politics and More
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Just over a week ago, Bernie Sanders seemed to be the front-runner for the Democratic nomination. Then came some prominent withdrawals from the race, and, on Super Tuesday, the resurgence of Joe Biden’s campaign. (Tulsi Gabbard of Hawaii remains in the race, but has no chance of winning the nomination.) But the narrowing of the field only highlights the gulf between the Party’s moderate center and its energized Left.  David Remnick talks with Amy Davidson Sorkin, a political columnist for The New Yorker, about the possibility of a contested Convention. Then Remnick interviews Michael Kazin, an historian and the co-editor of Dissent magazine. Kazin points out that Sanders is struggling against a headwind: even voters sympathetic to democratic socialism may vote for a pragmatist if they think Biden is more likely to beat the incumbent President in November. But Sanders seems unlikely to moderate his message. “There is a problem,” Kazin tells David Remnick. “A divided party—a party that’s divided at the Convention—never has won in American politics.” 

Mar 09 2020

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Bakari Sellers On the South Carolina Primary and Joe Biden's Last Stand

The Long Game
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Joe Biden’s last stand will be in South Carolina, where he is still expected to retain support from a large number of African-American voters despite his poor showings so far in Iowa and New Hampshire. Black voters make up about 60% of the Democratic primary vote in South Carolina. If Biden can perform well in Nevada, and then win South Carolina — both of those things being tall orders — that may give him a chance of a surge on Super Tuesday on March 3, when 14 states will hold primaries just four days after the South Carolina primary.


I spent some time in the Palmetto state this week. I saw Joe Biden’s wife, Jill Biden, speak at events in Charleston. And I recorded this episode in the state capitol, Columbia, where I interviewed Bakari Sellers inside the capitol building in an auditorium. The episode ended when a tour group came in to watch a movie.


Sellers is a South Carolina Democrat who’s been active in state politics here for a while. He is 35 now, which might seem young. But he was elected to the state legislature at only 22 years old. He ran for lieutenant governor in 2014, and lost. But he will run for office again, and soon. 


Sellers is a frequent political commentator on CNN now, and we talked about the state of the race nationally, and about the South Carolina electorate specifically. He made some interesting predictions about President Trump’s chances of winning reelection, of former President Barack Obama’s potential role in trying to unite the Democratic Party if the primary becomes too fractious, and explained why African-American voters are expected to stay loyal to Biden. 


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Feb 19 2020

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