The Washington Times Weekly - - Politics -

Along with au­thor­ing a suc­cess­ful book, cre­at­ing sev­eral non-profit in­ter­est group and craft­ing a care­fully cal­i­brated se­ries of pub­lic speak­ing en­gage­ment, the afore­men­tioned Joe Bi­den is also care­fully main­tain­ing his im­age as a cheer­ful, ca­pa­ble, blue-col­lar kind of guy. You know. For 2020, when he runs for pres­i­dent. And there’s one more thing, this re­vealed in a New York Times anal­y­sis of Mr. Bi­den’s nascent cam­paign strat­egy. For­get” for­mer” any­thing. “When of­fi­cials at the Univer­sity of Utah in­vited Joseph R. Bi­den Jr. to speak there in De­cem­ber, Mr. Bi­den’s rep­re­sen­ta­tives listed a num­ber of re­quire­ments for the ap­pear­ance. His book­ing firm, Creative Artists Agency, said the school would need to fly Mr. Bi­den and his aides to Salt Lake City by pri­vate plane. It would have to buy 1,000 copies of his re­cent mem­oir

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