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Joe Biden Still On Top

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Joe Biden Still On Top

Joe Biden Still On Top

Just about everyone covering the 2020 Presidential race thinks Joe Biden is too old.

The general consensus is that he lost a step over the last three years.

He has been the front runner since he entered the race.

Political pundits and insiders have predicted Biden's collapse for months.

But, according to the National Review, Biden is still on top nationally and in important early voting states.

CBS has him first in Iowa.

Quinnipiac has him in first place in New Hampshire.

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