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30 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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30 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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Brené with Joe Biden on Empathy, Unity and Courage

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My thoughts on power and leadership, and a conversation on empathy, unity, and courage with Vice President Joe Biden, the 2020 Democratic Presidential Nominee.

Oct 21 2020 · 53mins
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Would an Election Victory Be Joe Biden’s F.D.R. Moment?

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Joe Biden has been playing it safe during the coronavirus pandemic, but Evan Osnos got the chance to sit down with the nominee in person. It was too hot to sit outside, but the campaign staff didn’t want an outsider in Biden’s home, so the interview took place in a small house on the property that Biden’s late mother stayed in. In a wide-ranging conversation, Biden compares his position—should he win—to that of Franklin Roosevelt: taking office during a disaster, he argues, he would have an opportunity to effect a hugely ambitious agenda, but driven by pragmatism rather than ideology. (He was not comparing himself to Roosevelt, he hastened to add.) While the country is ever more partisan, Biden describes his centrism and his propensity for off-the-cuff remarks as an advantage. “The good news is the bad news,” he told Osnos. “Everybody knows me, and you guys know me, the good and bad. . . . It’s kind of hard to pin a label on someone that’s inconsistent with who they are. To make me out to be a revolutionary, it’s awful hard to do. Conversely, it’s awful hard to make me out to be a right-wing, very conservative Democrat.”

Aug 31 2020 · 27mins

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Joe Biden’s 30-Year Quest

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Joseph R. Biden Jr. first ran for president in 1988, when his campaign was cut short after he made a series of blunders. After six terms in the Senate, he tried again in 2008 but failed to gain any traction in a contest won by Barack Obama. In the current political landscape, however, his focus on personal integrity and experience, which were also centerpieces of his previous campaigns, has proved much more compelling. Today, we chart Mr. Biden’s political journey and explore the baggage he will carry into the November election. Guest: Matt Flegenheimer, a national politics reporter for The New York Times. For more information on today’s episode, visit nytimes.com/thedaily 

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Aug 20 2020 · 33mins
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Can Kamala Harris help Joe Biden win the US presidency?

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Kamala Harris is the first Indian American and the first black woman to run for US vice-president on a major party ticket. Lauren Gambino discusses why as Joe Biden’s running mate, Harris is in prime position to go one step further. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/infocus
Aug 18 2020 · 30mins

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

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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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You Ain't Black (Joe Biden Interview and more)

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Charlamagne had the opportunity to do a long overdue interview with former Vice President Joe Biden, where they spoke about the plans he has in turning around the economy, the 1994 crime bill and so much more. Also, we had actor and author Dondre Whitfield who spoke about his new book "Male vs. Man" and the difference between them and more. Moreover, Charlamagne gave an intoxicated person from his favorite place, Florida "Donkey of the Day" for getting mad at people that did not want to kiss and hug her

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May 22 2020 · 1hr 34mins
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Kimberly Guilfoyle: It Sounds Like Joe Biden's Campaign Slogan is 'Leave All Latinos Behind'

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Senior Advisor to the Trump Campaign Kimberly Guilfoyle joined Sara to discuss the campaign's efforts in garnering support among the Latin-American community. Joe Biden's Campaign, however, Guilfoyle said, wants to "leave all Latinos behind." President Trump's attorney Jenna Ellis also joined Sara to discuss the constitutionality of mandatory lockdowns.
May 21 2020 · 59mins
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Jeff Talks to Joe Biden

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What an honor.  I was invited to call the former Vice President and current Demorcratic front-runner for what turned into a revealing and meandering conversation.     I also get “cheered up” by Gilbert Gottfried before tackling some “Touchy Subjects” such as Queen Elizabeth’s rare address to the UK, the old lady who found a butt plug and thought it was a bottle stopper and the pandas at the Hong Kong zoo who finally had sex after ten years.  It all wraps up with a "Roast in Peace" tribute to legendary songwriter Bill Withers.  Life is hard. Let’s get through it together.      Make sure to rate, review, subscribe and give us your feedback @thickskinwithjeffross and follow us on instagram @therealjeffreyross @eddietunes    Also make sure to follow the hilarious James Adomian @jadomian and check out his podcast, The Underculture    Additional Material: Ed Larson
Apr 09 2020 · 50mins
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Interview with Joe Biden

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Chris goes one on one with 2020 Presidential Candidate, Joe Biden

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Apr 08 2020 · 47mins
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Bonus episode: Joe Biden

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Major interviews Democratic presidential candidate and former Vice President Joe Biden on the coronavirus outbreak, how he would handle it differently than the Trump administration and he discusses the future of his campaign. Biden says the magnitude of the COVID-19 crisis is "larger than anything we've ever faced in modern times." The interview was recorded Wednesday, March 25, and portions of it originally aired on the CBS Evening News.

Mar 27 2020 · 22mins
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