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    OP-ED: Third Time’s the Charm? Former Vice President Joe Biden’s Third Presidential Campaign

    After two unsuccessful tries, former Vice President Joe Biden has recently announced that he will be seeking the oval office in the 2020 election cycle. This news did not come as a shock to American liberals as he had been teasing his candidacy for several months. It was however, a surprise to learn that he asked President Barack Obama not to endorse his campaign. USA Today quotes Biden saying, “Whoever wins this nomination should win it on their own merits,” despite having announced his candidacy with $0 of campaign funds. His competence remains in question, however, as there have been several instances of allegations of sexual misconduct and his handling…

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    Clinton and Bloomberg say ‘No’ to 2020 run

    In a race where new candidates seem to be emerging daily, a couple of political stars have opted not to join in the 2020 presidential race: Hillary Clinton and Michael Bloomberg. Each have long political histories and are especially familiar to New Yorkers, but decided last month that 2020 will not be their time to run for the presidency. Many remember Hillary Clinton, 71, for her presidential run in 2016 as the Democratic nominee. A former first lady, New York senator, and Secretary of State for the Obama administration, Clinton has held a long and accomplished political career, but does not plan to run for any office as of now,…