This is one of the famous most wishes of Mr Joe Biden. Joseph Robinette Biden Jr. is an American politician and the president-elect of the United States. Joe Biden defeated incumbent Donald Trump in the 2020 United States presidential election. He will become the 46th president on January 20, 2021. Joe Biden was born on November 20, 1942 (age 77 years) in Scranton, PA.
Long before reaching one of the highest political offices in the nation, Joe Biden grew up in the Scranton. His father, Joseph Biden Sr., worked cleaning furnaces and as a used car salesman. His mother was Catherine Eugenia “Jean”.Finnegan. Biden credits his parents with instilling in him toughness, hard work and perseverance. Biden attended St. Paul’s Elementary School in Scranton. In 1955, when he was 13 years old, the family moved to Mayfield, Delaware. A rapidly growing middle-class community sustained primarily by the nearby DuPont chemical company.
Biden attended the St. Helena School until he gained acceptance into the prestigious Archmere Academy. He had to work by washing the school windows and weeding the gardens to help his family afford tuition. Biden had long dreamed of attending the school, which he called “the object of my deepest desire, my Oz. “At Archmere, Biden was a solid student and, despite his small size, a standout receiver on the football team”. He was a skinny kid,” his coach remembered, “but he was one of the best pass receivers I had in 16 years as a coach.” Biden graduated from Archmere in 1961.
College and Law School
Biden attended the nearby University of Delaware, where he studied history and political science and played football. He would later admit that he spent his first two years of college far more interested in football, girls and parties than academics. But he also developed a keen interest in politics during these years, spurred in part by the inspiring inauguration of John F. Kennedy in 1961.
Fell ass over the tin cup in love — at first sight
On a spring break trip to the Bahamas during his junior year, Biden met a Syracuse University student named Neilia Hunter and, in his own words, “fell ass over the tin cup in love — at first sight.” Encouraged by his new love, he applied himself more fully to his studies and was accepted into the Syracuse University Law School upon his graduation from Delaware in 1965. Joe Biden and Hunter married the next year, in 1966.
Biden was at best a mediocre law student. During his first year at Syracuse, he flunked a class for failing to cite a reference to a law review article properly. Although he claimed it was an accidental oversight, the incident would haunt him later in his career.
Early Political Career
After graduating from law school in 1968, Biden moved to Wilmington, Delaware, to begin practising at a law firm. He also became an active member of the Democratic Party, and in 1970. He was elected to the New Castle County Council. While serving as councilman, in 1971, Biden started his law firm.
In addition to his increasingly busy professional life, Biden had three children. Joseph Biden III (born in 1969), Hunter Biden (born in 1970) and Naomi Biden (born in 1971). “Everything was happening faster than I expected,” Biden said about his life at the time.
In 1987, Biden decided to run for the U.S. presidency after one of Washington’s most prominent Democratic lawmakers. He dropped out of the Democratic primary, however, after reports surfaced that he had plagiarized part of a speech.
Biden had suffered severe headaches during the campaign. Shortly after he dropped out in 1988, doctors discovered that he had two life-threatening brain aneurysms. The complications of his brain surgery led to blood clots in his lungs. In turn, caused him to undergo another surgery. Always resilient, Biden returned to the Senate after surviving a seven-month recovery period.
2020 Election Win
Whatever it are students or parents or politicians or social activists, everyone is upset. Now the Life after COVID is getting set normal by God’s will. The COVID-19 has disturbed the whole life cycle of the globe yet the Americans were eagerly waiting for the election. On November 7, 2020, four days after election day, Biden was declared as the 46th president-elect after winning Pennsylvania. Along with earning a record 74 million-plus votes, he set to become the oldest president in the nation’s history.
“America, I’m honoured that you have chosen me to lead our great country,” Joe Biden tweeted. “The work ahead of us will be hard, but I promise you this: I will be a President for all Americans — whether you voted for me or not. I will keep the faith that you have placed in me.”