Joe Biden seen pulling away in SC with 46%

Trump just stamped his name on the Republican agenda for a fee like he has done with bad steaks and shabby vodka

Trump just stamped his name on the Republican agenda for a fee like he has done with bad steaks and shabby vodka. Win Mc Namee Getty Images

President Trump on Friday predicted he'll square off against "SleepyCreepy Joe" Biden as the Democratic candidate in the 2020 election.

Joe Biden said Wednesday that President Donald Trump is sowing fear at the USA border with Mexico, not delivering solutions, after another month when about 100,000 immigrants were arrested trying to enter the country illegally.

The backbone of the policy will likely include re-joining the United States with the Paris Climate Agreement and preserving US regulations on emissions and vehicle fuel efficiency that Trump has sought to undo, according to one of the sources, Heather Zichal, who is part of a team advising Biden on climate change.

Zichal was previously a climate and energy staffer in the Obama White House, and then went on to serve a stint on the board of directors for Cheniere, a liquefied natural gas company. "You can just start with clown", Biden said to supporters at a fundraiser, according to.

"We are convinced that the work environment, pay and benefits will satisfy the criteria a marriage would normally have to deal for", said Biden spokesman TJ Ducklo. "Joe Biden has called climate change an 'existential threat, ' and as Vice President was instrumental in orchestrating the Paris Climate Accord", Ducklo said in an emailed statement.

"It isn't who we are", Biden said. "Right now", she said, "we need a little bit more reality around this dialogue".

"Do you realize it may well be the Democrat primary race is over?" Biden made the comments in the run-up to his failed presidential bid in 2008.

"The idea that we are just trying to scare the living devil out of the American public - 'My God, hordes are coming, ' the way [Trump] characterizes it - is just simply wrong", Biden said.

When it comes to saving the planet and humanity from climate crisis, there is no time for "middle ground". In 2016, Sanders easily won the New Hampshire primary. Biden is mopping up among older voters, with 53 percent of those 65 and older backing the former vice president, compared to only 9 percent for Sanders.

"There is no "middle ground" when it comes to climate policy", the Vermont senator tweeted, quoting from a Reuters report on Biden's efforts to develop a climate plan that would leave the door open to so-called "fossil fuel options".

Former Vice President has a new nickname for President Donald Trump: "Clown". The New Hampshire primary follows on February 11. The costs of ending the fossil fuel economy and transitioning to clean fuels could soar into the trillions of dollars, and would take decades, they say.

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