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Joe Biden says that his proudest moment of the Obama presidency “was not a hint of scandal”

The former Vice President and newly-minted 2020 Democratic President Joe Biden appeared on “The View” on Friday morning, and told the host that his proudest moment with President Obama was that there was never a hint of a scandal during their administration
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The former Vice President and newly-minted 2020 democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden appeared on “The View” on Friday morning and told the host that his proudest moment was serving with the US President, Barack Obama, was that it was “not a whisper” scandal to this, she served during the time together in the White house.

Biden said that, coincidentally, he and Obama, the two told press the same day, while in different parts of the country, that the, what are you most proud of while in the White house was that it was “not a whisper of a scandal.”

“Not one,” Biden said. “And that’s because of Barack.”

His comments came the day after Biden made his long-awaited announcement that he would be the presidential campaign for the 2020.

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On “The view,” Biden expanded on his statement that he asked to support a former President Obama for him to run during his campaign. He first told reporters the news said on Thursday, saying that “whoever wins this nomination it should win on their own merits.”

To the same effect on Friday, Biden said that he did not want it to appear that Obama is “putting his thumb on the scale.”

“I’m told to do, based on who I am, not by the President go out and say, ‘this is the guy that you should be,” Biden.

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If you are asked, what is the main difference between his government, should he be elected, and Obama, Biden said that the two agreed on a number of things, but were philosophically on the same page.

“The reason why the President and I came together, because philosophically, we are in the same place,” he said. “We are at odds over the implementation of some things. We disagreed with the timing of some things. But we had a great relationship, because we had to argue for lunch once a week alone for an hour, and we could talk about everything with others,” he continued.

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He went on to discuss the close personal and professional relationship the two have had, largely due to their ability to have “frank conversations”.

He should be the democratic nomination, Biden added safe, that he hopes to focus on the future instead of the past.

“On a philosophical basis, the move in the future,” he said. “It’s not about the re-creation of what we have done. It has the same morals and the philosophy that we had and in the future.”is about

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