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Like his first presidential bid, Biden failed to garner endorsements and support. He withdrew from the race after his poor performance in the Iowa caucus on January 3, He was eventually chosen by Barack Obama as his running mate and won the general election as vice president of the United States , being sworn in on January 20, Vice President Joe Biden was seen as a potential candidate to succeed Barack Obama in the presidential election.
On October 21, , following the death of his son Beau , Biden announced that he would not seek the Democratic presidential nomination in During a tour of the U.
Senate with reporters on December 5, , Biden refused to rule out a potential bid for the presidency in the presidential election. Time for Biden, a political action committee , was formed in January , seeking Biden's entry into the Democratic Party presidential primaries.
The PAC was created by Matthew Graf of Rock Island, Illinois , and Collin West of East Moline, Illinois. The organization was criticized by some, who felt it was created too early and that Democratic effort should be spent on the midterm elections.
In February , Biden informed a group of longtime foreign policy aides that he was "keeping his options open".
In March , Politico reported that Biden's team was considering a number of options to distinguish their campaign, such as announcing at the outset a younger vice presidential candidate from outside of politics,  and also reported that Biden had rejected a proposition to commit to serving only one term as president.
On March 12, , he told a gathering of his supporters he may need their energy "in a few weeks". On April 19, , The Atlantic reported that Biden planned to officially announce his campaign five days later via a video announcement, followed by a launch rally in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania , or Charlottesville, Virginia.
Cohen , but it was unclear whether the fundraiser would be held as planned,   though his associates had continued to solicit donations in the days leading up to his announcement.
Biden released a video formally announcing his campaign early on April 25, On May 22, the magazine Ebony reported that Biden had begun assembling his presidential campaign team, to be headquartered in Philadelphia.
His team included campaign manager Greg Schultz  and director of strategic communications Kamau Mandela Marshall, who both previously worked in the Obama administration ,   as well as other senior advisors from the Obama administration.
According to a Politico article, the Biden campaign was operating on the premise that the Democratic base is not nearly as liberal or youthful as perceived.
Privately, several Biden advisers acknowledged that their theory was based on polling data and voting trends, contending that the media is pushing the idea of a hyper-progressive Democratic electorate being propagated by a Twitter bubble and being out of touch with the average rank-and-file Democrat.
In April , Biden told reporters, "The fact of the matter is the vast majority of the members of the Democratic Party are still basically liberal to moderate Democrats in the traditional sense.
An unspecified Biden adviser said, "There's a big disconnect between the media narrative and what the primary electorate looks like and thinks, versus the media narrative and the Twitter narrative [and] the Democratic primary universe is far less liberal.
It's older than you think it is. No other top Democratic candidate has pursued a similar strategy in the primary. Biden, along with Bernie Sanders, was often perceived as the candidate with the best chance of defeating Donald Trump in the general election.
During the Iowa caucuses held on February 3, , Biden came in fourth place, earning six pledged delegates. Biden won the South Carolina primary election held on February Biden won all 46 counties in the state, winning On the Super Tuesday primary elections on March 3, Biden won Alabama, Arkansas, Maine, Massachusetts, Minnesota, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia, earning a total of delegates,  and pulling ahead of Bernie Sanders in the race.
Late voters also preferred a candidate who they believed could defeat Trump more than one who agreed with them on issues.
In early March, Pete Buttigieg , Amy Klobuchar , and Michael Bloomberg dropped out of the race and endorsed Biden.
Aides to both Biden's and Sanders's campaigns were in contact regarding the pandemic and its effects. Biden announced that if he secured the nomination, he would choose a female running mate, having previously hinted as much by naming several contenders.
On March 15, Jen O'Malley Dillon was announced as the new campaign manager. On March 25, when asked whether he would debate Sanders again, Biden said, "My focus is just dealing with this crisis right now.
I haven't thought about any more debates. I think we've had enough debates. I think we should get on with this.
The next day, a former Senate staffer made a sexual assault allegation against Biden, which his campaign denied. On April 13, Bernie Sanders endorsed Joe Biden, and the two announced the formation of several task forces to work out shared policy solutions.
On May 13, Biden and Sanders announced that the six task forces would be co-chaired by Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez , former Secretary of State John Kerry , Rep.
Lucille Roybal-Allard , AFA president Sara Nelson , Rep. Karen Bass , civil rights attorney Chiraag Bains, Rep. Bobby Scott , Dr. Heather Gautney, and Rep.
Marcia Fudge. By June 9, Biden had enough delegates to secure his nomination as the Democratic candidate. The Los Angeles Times wrote that this "might be part of an effort to draw Black supporters away from Biden to help Trump.
The recommendations focus on climate change, criminal justice, the economy, education, health care, and immigration.
On August 5, it was reported that Biden would accept the Democratic nomination from his home state of Delaware due to the pandemic.
Chris Wallace of Fox News Sunday called Biden's acceptance speech "enormously effective" and said he "blew a big hole" in Trump's characterization of the candidate as being "mentally shot.
Since Biden's successful nomination in the Democratic primaries Trump attempted to cast doubt over Biden's abilities, claiming that he was suffering from dementia and that he was taking performance-enhancing drugs in the primaries.
Trump called for Biden to be drug tested before the presidential debate; Biden declined. Trump also claimed that Biden would use a hidden electronic earpiece for the debate, demanding that Biden's ears be searched.
Again, Biden declined. The first debate took place at Cleveland Clinic on September It was moderated by Chris Wallace. Debate topics included Trump's and Biden's records, the economy, the COVID pandemic, race relations, and the Supreme Court nomination of Amy Coney Barrett.
Each speaker was to have two minutes to state their positions followed with a period of discussion. The debate quickly devolved into cross talk and interruptions and was widely criticized as being a low point in U.
Although Wallace pleaded multiple times with Trump to follow the agreed-upon debate rules, Trump frequently interrupted and spoke over Biden and at times with Wallace as well.
The vice presidential debate between Harris and Pence took place as scheduled on October 7 with Susan Page serving as moderator.
The debate was generally seen as civil although there were frequent instances of both candidates interrupting while the other was speaking, with Harris interrupting only about half as often as Pence.
Pence also repeatedly spoke beyond his allotted time, ignoring Page's attempts of asking him to mind the two-minute time limits.
The second debate was scheduled to take place on October 15,   but was cancelled in light of the White House COVID outbreak and Trump's declared intention not to participate in a virtual debate.
According to Nielsen ratings , nearly , more viewers watched Biden's town hall than those who watched Trump's, even though Trump appeared on three outlets.
EDT, at the Curb Event Center in Belmont University in Nashville , Tennessee , with Kristen Welker of NBC moderating.
The topics covered included: fighting the current COVID pandemic , American families, racial issues , climate change , national security, and leadership.
The debate rules were similar to the first, but due to President Trump's repeated interruptions in the prior debate, each candidates microphones would be muted when it was not their turn to talk.
This debate was considered to be drastically less hostile and much more informative, but both candidates still made several false or misleading claims.
On October 6, Biden made a campaign speech in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania , called "the best of his campaign" by CNN's John Avlon.
On October 15, both Biden and Trump held separate town hall speeches, replacing the cancelled second debate. On October 22, Biden and Trump participated in a second and final debate in Nashville, Tennessee.
In contrast to the first debate, the microphones of both candidates were muted at select times. On November 6, election-calling organization Decision Desk HQ forecast that Biden had won the election, once it forecast that Biden had won Pennsylvania, as this result coupled with Biden's other projected state wins would grant him over electoral college votes.
By November 7, news organizations ABC News, Associated Press, CBS News, CNN, Fox News, NBC News, Reuters, and the New York Times all forecast that Biden had won the election.
As of December 27, Joe Biden has received 81,, votes to Donald Trump's 74,, votes, or In addition, Biden has won electoral college votes to Trump's ,  exactly the same margins as the election, which Donald Trump had repeatedly called a "landslide victory".
On December 9, every state had certified their election results, with West Virginia being the last state to do so. During and after the election, Donald Trump and his allies have repeatedly claimed that there was significant fraud in this election, often with little or no evidence.
They were not successful in stopping the count, though they did manage to delay the certification by a few hours. Opinion polls conducted in generally showed Biden leading Trump nationally in general election matchups, with the former vice president's advantage often extending beyond that of the survey's margin of sampling error.
On July 4, Politico reported that Biden was leading Trump "by double digits in recent polls". Although the election will ultimately be decided by the statewide results, which drive the Electoral College, Biden's lead nationally is wider than any presidential candidate has held in more than two decades in the final days of the campaign.
As tracked by FiveThirtyEight , Biden received the most support from prominent members of the Democratic Party out of all Democratic candidates in the presidential election.
Biden increasingly attracted Republican support away from their party's incumbent leader, Donald Trump. On August 17, an ad from Republican Voters Against Trump aired featuring Miles Taylor, former chief of staff to former homeland security secretary Kirstjen Nielsen.
Taylor concludes in the ad, "Given what I experienced in the [Trump] administration, I have to support Joe Biden for president. Mitt Romney 's R-Utah presidential campaign, the George W.
Bush administration and the campaign and Senate staff of former Sen. John McCain R-Ariz. In September , Scientific American announced its endorsement of Biden for president.
This was the first time the magazine had endorsed a presidential candidate in the almost years that it has been in print.
The magazine's endorsement read:. The evidence and the science show that Donald Trump has badly damaged the U. The most devastating example is his dishonest and inept response to the COVID pandemic, which cost more than , Americans their lives by the middle of September.
He has also attacked environmental protections, medical care, and the researchers and public science agencies that help this country prepare for its greatest challenges.
That is why we urge you to vote for Joe Biden, who is offering fact-based plans to protect our health, our economy and the environment. These and other proposals he has put forth can set the country back on course for a safer, more prosperous and more equitable future.
In October, the New England Journal of Medicine , the oldest and considered to be the world's most prestigious medical journal, published an editorial which condemned the Trump administration's handling of the coronavirus pandemic saying that "they have taken a crisis and turned it into a tragedy.
In October, retired generals, admirals, senior noncommissioned officers, ambassadors and senior national security officials signed a letter endorsing Biden.
On October 25, the conservative-leaning New Hampshire Union Leader endorsed Biden, the first Democratic presidential candidate the paper had endorsed in over years.
Although generally referred to as a moderate , Biden has declared himself as the candidate with the most progressive record.
On May 21, , a Biden campaign aide told the Associated Press that Biden would support immediate federal legislation codifying Roe v.
Wade into statute. Biden's campaign also told NBC News that Biden would be open to repealing the Hyde Amendment if abortion access protections currently under Roe v.
Wade were threatened. Also at the summit, he focused on economic inequality for African Americans, education access, criminal justice reform , healthcare, and voter suppression in the south.
Biden supports the decriminalization , but not legalization , of recreational cannabis usage. Biden said he believes no one should be in jail because of cannabis use.
As president, he would decriminalize cannabis use and automatically expunge prior convictions. Every other Democratic presidential candidate supported the full federal legalization of cannabis, with the exception of Michael Bloomberg , Steve Bullock and Joe Sestak.
The first Artemis mission is to send an uncrewed launch on a new rocket called the Space Launch System in November.
NASA's behind schedule testing the SLS' core stage after a brief shutdown in response to the COVID pandemic and hurricanes near the launch site.
Also Thursday, Psaki told reporters Biden would "love to see action" by Congress on gun-control measures. She was asked about the issue in reaction to a Washington Post report showing an increase in gun sales after the Jan.
Paul Brinkmann contributed to this report. President Biden will support our educators by giving them the pay and dignity they deserve.
President Biden will invest in resources for our schools so students grow into physically and emotionally healthy adults, and educators can focus on teaching.
As Dr. Biden says, any country that out-educates us will out-compete us. In order to maintain our competitiveness, our current system of kindergarten through 12th grade education is essential but no longer sufficient.
And Biden will ensure that these batteries are built in the United States by American workers in good, union jobs. Biden will ensure that the existing — and future — workforce is trained and able to operate and maintain this 21st century infrastructure.
Establish ambitious fuel economy standards that save consumers money and cut air pollution. Biden will negotiate fuel economy standards with workers and their unions, environmentalists, industry, and states that achieve new ambition by integrating the most recent advances in technology.
This will accelerate the adoption of zero-emissions light- and medium duty vehicles, provide long-term certainty for workers and the industry and save consumers money through avoided fuel costs.
This revolution in the way we power our economy will leverage the breakthroughs we have already seen in distributed and large-scale renewables, onshore and offshore.
And it will put welders, electricians, and other skilled labor to work in good union jobs installing the electrical systems and line infrastructure that helps the power sector — the electricity we generate at our power plants, on our roofs, and in our communities — reach a bigger market of customers and, at the same time, makes it easier for us to electrify in buildings, certain industrial processes, and transportation.
Biden will scale up best practices from state-level clean energy standards, which are being implemented in a way that provides renewable credits to developers that follow high labor standards, including through Project Labor and Community Labor Agreements and paying prevailing wages.
It would also mean continuing to leverage the carbon-pollution free energy provided by existing sources like nuclear and hydropower, while ensuring those facilities meet robust and rigorous standards for worker, public, environmental safety and environmental justice.
Leverage existing infrastructure and assets. To build the next generation of electric grid transmission and distribution, Biden will prioritize re-powering of lines that already exist with new technology.
He will take advantage of existing rights-of-way — along roads and railways — and cut red-tape to promote faster and easier permitting.
And he will leverage the breakthroughs we have secured in energy storage over the last decade with historic procurement and investments to bring the future within reach for big utilities and rural cooperatives alike.
It will create at least 1 million construction, engineering and manufacturing jobs, make the places we live, work, and learn healthier, and reduce electricity bills for families, businesses, and local governments.
It will improve indoor air quality and indoor environmental health, thus making our buildings safer in the face of future pandemics.
At this moment of crisis, when many offices and municipal buildings are shuttered and millions of skilled Americans are out of work, we have a unique, once in a generation opportunity to deliver cost-efficient retrofits in communities across the country.
This includes mobilizing a trained and skilled American workforce to manufacture, install, service and maintain high-efficiency LED lighting, electric appliances, and advanced heating and cooling systems that run cleaner and less costly — all manufactured in the United States.
Biden will also significantly expand weatherization efforts, reaching over 2 million homes within 4 years, including slashing the disproportionately high energy burden for low-income rural households and rural communities of color.
Biden will also repair the building code process with the goal of establishing building performance standards for existing buildings nationwide and support this effort with new funding mechanisms for states, cities, and tribes to adopt strict building codes and labor standards to ensure quality and predictability.
For most American children, their public school is like a second home. It should be a place that makes them feel safe and healthy.
In fact, each year the U. And by not investing in the infrastructure of our public schools, too many schools are outdated, unsafe, unfit, and — in some cases — making kids and educators sick.
Those funds will be deployed with a set of priorities in mind: healthy kids, climate resilience, and creating greater educational equity and job creation in underserved communities.
First and foremost, those funds will be used to address health risks, such as improving indoor air quality and ventilation and ensuring access to clean water, so that going to school or working at one never makes anyone sick.
Second, additional funding will be used to build cutting-edge, energy-efficient, innovative, climate resilient campuses, which not only have the schools with technology and labs to prepare our students for the jobs of the future, but also become themselves the places that provide communities with green space, clean air, and places to gather, especially during emergencies.
Spurring the construction of 1. Biden is building on his housing plan by further increasing the level of federal investment in new affordable, accessible housing construction — including homes for low-income Americans, minority communities, veterans, the elderly, and persons with disabilities.
Hal ini memaksa banyak negara melakukan lockdown ketat untuk mencegah penularan virus COVID- 19 yang berpotensi merusak pemulihan ekonomi yang sedang terjadi.
Akan tetapi, hanya 66 persen efektif dalam uji klinis global yang dilakukan di tiga benua dan terhadap berbagai varian baru Covid Hasil ini mengecewakan dan mebuat pasar Wall Street tertekan turun.
Perkembangan vaksin sangat mempengaruhi pasar keuangan global. Lalu International Monetary Fund IMF menurunkan proyeksi pertumbuhan ekonomi Indonesia pada Dalam World Economic Outlook Update: January , IMF memproyeksi pertumbuhan ekonomi Indonesia pada sebesar 4,8 persen.
Proyeksi ini lebih rendah 1,3 persen bila dibandingkan dengan estimasi IMF pada Oktober yang memperkirakan ekonom Indonesia dapat tumbuh 6,1 persen.
Bank Dunia juga merevisi turun 0,2 persen pertumbuhan PDB RI pada menjadi 4,4 persen. Vaksin nampaknya butuh 2 sampai 3 bulan baru efektif sehingga memaksa banyak negara melakukan pembatasan sosial yang ketat.
Hal ini berdampak pada turunnya proyeksi pertumbuhan ekonomi dan menjadi sentimen negatif bagi pasar keuangan. Pelaksanaan vaksin COVID- 19 terlihat lebih lambat dari target.
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