Joe Biden (Joseph Robinette Biden Jr.) is an American politician who served as the 47th vice president of the United States from 2009 to 2017. Biden is the 2020 Democratic nominee for President of the United States of America. Biden also represented Delaware in the U.S.
Joe Biden is either really dopey, or he’s an unrepentant liar. In this episode, I break down the lies behind his outrageous gun confiscation proposals, pitched during his Rose Garden speech.  News Picks: Here’s the link to my full 60 Minutes interview on the Second Amendment. You have to produce an ID to board a plane, but not so for some illegal immigrants.  Hiring managers are discriminating against Trump supporters. Biden is lying about gun shows. Again.  What are “ghost guns,” and why is Biden targeting them? Did the Clinton “assault weapons” ban work? Nope!  It’s time to stop using the incorrect “fire in a movie theater” analogy.  Fans are tuning out woke sports. Wyoming signs voter ID into law. Copyright Bongino Inc All Rights Reserved.
There is no moving up and out in the world unless we are fully acquainted with the person we are meant to be. Whatever our calling, it’s already rooted within, and while those roots may get trampled on or tugged at, they can never be removed. They grow stronger only when tended, nurtured and most importantly, shared with others. In this Super Soul conversation, Oprah Winfrey sits down with such inspired writers and thinkers as Nate Berkus, Brian Grazer, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Tracy Morgan, Sister Joan Chittister, the Rev. Ed Bacon, RuPaul Charles, Glennon Doyle, President Joe Biden and Pastor Wintley Phipps. Each share individual stories of what it was like to tap into their own roots and wellsprings of talent to discover their greater purpose and deeper levels of fulfillment. Interviews with these talented writers, speakers and thought leaders are excerpted from Oprah’s Emmy Award-winning show Super Soul Sunday. You can also find this compilation, and other insightful conversations, in Oprah’s best-selling book The Path Made Clear.
My thoughts on power and leadership, and a conversation on empathy, unity, and courage with Vice President Joe Biden, the 2020 Democratic Presidential Nominee.
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.”
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Creator Details

Birthdate
Nov 20th, 1942
Episode Count
383
Podcast Count
13
Total Airtime
2 days, 6 hours
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Podchaser Creator ID logo 664023