Author:Joseph Robinette Biden

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Joseph Robinette Biden, Jr.
(1942–)

46th and current president of the United States (2021–present) (with Kamala Harris); 47th vice president of the United States (2009–2017) (under Barack Obama); U.S. senator from Delaware (1973–2009)

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Joseph Robinette Biden, Jr.

Works[edit]

As U.S. senator[edit]

2008 campaign debates and speeches[edit]

As vice president[edit]

Middle Class Working Families Task Force[edit]

Biden served as chairman of the White House task force since its inception in 2009.

Weekly addresses[edit]

As Vice President, Biden filled in for Barack Obama to deliver several weekly addresses:

Biden′s presidential addresses are listed separately.

As president[edit]

Works about Biden[edit]

Mentioned by President Obama[edit]

Barack Obama has mentioned Biden in multiple speeches and addresses:

Mentioned by others[edit]

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