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Joe Biden Contact & Bio Information

Joe Biden
Born 11/20/1942 (Age 78)
Religion:Catholic
Contact President Joe Biden (D) by email address, mailing address, DC office phone number, official & campaign websites, and Facebook, Twitter, YouTube & Instagram:
DC Phone Number: 202-456-1111
Government Website: whitehouse.gov
Contact\Email: whitehouse.gov/contact
Official Website: joebiden.com

Notable Speaking Engagements by Joe Biden

EngagementNumAbout
Joe Biden Speeches25Major speeches by Joe Biden
Joe Biden Interviews14Major interviews by Joe Biden
Joe Biden Debates13Debates Joe Biden participated in
Joe Biden Town Halls4Major Town Halls and Forums Joe Biden participated in

Joe Biden Congress Details

Years in Congress: 01/03/1973 - 01/15/2009

Joe Biden History

President of the United States (01/20/2021 - Present)
Vice President of the United States (01/20/2009 - 01/20/2017)
U.S. Senator from Delaware (01/03/1973 - 01/15/2009)
College Attended: Syracuse ('68) & Delaware ('65)
Degrees Earned: J.D. (Law) (68) & Bachelors Degree (65)
Prior Occupations: Professor

Previous Joe Biden Speaking Engagements (EST)
Joe Biden Videos of Notable Speaking Engagements
3rd Presidential Debate (2020)
The third and final Presidential debate between Joe Biden and Donald Trump was held at Belmont University in Nashville, TN. Both candidates were allowed to answer moderator Kristen Welker's initial questions for two minutes uninterrupted, as a new feature allowed opponent's mics to be muted during that timeframe. After the initial segment question, of which there were six, both candidates spoke freely. Biden and Trump addressed questions on outside interference with American elections, the economy, national security, the ongoing pandemic, healthcare, climate change and tax plans if elected. Final question was about Leadership. This debate was far more civil than their first.
Joe Biden Primetime Town Hall
In lieu of the 2nd Presidential Debate Joe Biden participated in a townhall hosted by ABC and moderated by George Stephanopoulos in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Biden was asked a number of questions by undecided voters and Stephanopoulos himself, notably on whether or not Biden favors adding seats to the Supreme Court, which Biden promised he would answer before election day. Biden also spent much of the event showing the American people that he is the exact opposite of Donald Trump in both temperament and with his approach to governance and promised he would work to heal the polarizing divide plaguing American politics today.
Joe Biden Speech on Unity and Reconciliation at Gettysburg
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden spoke at one of the United States most hallowed sites and delivered an impassioned call for a deeply divided American people to come together for the greater good of the country. Biden, speaking near the Civil War battlefield in Gettysburg, said the American people "have too bright a future to have it shipwrecked on the shoals of anger and hate and division." His nearly 30 minute speech didn't mention Donald Trump one time, but it was impossible not to take interpret his speech as anything but an unambiguous rebuke of Donald Trump's Presidency.
1st Presidential Debate
The first Presidential Debate between Joe Biden and Donald Trump was held in front of a small audience at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. The topics debated were Biden's and Trump's records, the Supreme Court, pandemic, economy, racial unrest, and election integrity. Donald Trump constantly interrupted Joe Biden, prompting the former Vice President to ask Donald Trump "will you shut up, man?" Chris Wallace, the moderator for the evening, constantly had to chime in to ask Donald Trump to stop interrupting Joe Biden.
Joe Biden 2020 DNC Convention Speech
Joe Biden gave the best speech of his life according to many receiving praise from pundits on the right and the left. He talked about Covid-19 and the hardships families face because of it and his plans to combat it as President.He also talked about protecting social security and medicare and improving childcare and eldercare.