Joseph Robinette "Joe" Biden, Jr. was born on November 20, 1942. He was the 47th Vice President of the United States. He was worked as Delaware Senator since 1973 and resigned on January 15, 2009.He was a sixth-youngest senator in U.S. record.
Joe Biden was born in Scranton, Pennsylvania. His parents were Joseph Robinette Biden Sr. and Catherine Eugenia ‘Jean’ Finnegan. He is an Irish Catholic. He has two brothers and one sister.
Joe Biden joined in the Archmere Academy in Claymont. He was a standout halfback/wide receiver in football for his high school team. Joe also played baseball. He scholastic study was very poor. However, he was the natural leader among the students. He became the graduate in 1961. Joe Biden joined in the University of Delaware in Newark. He got his double degree in history and political science in 1965. He has taken ‘Juris Doctor’ award from Syracuse University College of Law in 1968. He joined the Delaware Bar in 1969.
Joe Biden married Neilia Hunter on August 27, 1966. The couple had three siblings, Joseph R. ‘Beau’ Biden III, Robert Hunter, and Naomi Christina.
On December 18, 1972, after the Senator Elections, Biden's wife and her daughter were died in an accident.
He started law-practice at Wilmington, Delaware in 1969. He was the first public supporter with his own firm ‘Biden and Walsh'. He entered into politics and nominated as a Senator in the 1972 U.S. Senate election, Delaware. Hestood against J. Caleb Boggs, a Republican Senator in this election.He defeated J. Caleb Boggs on November 7, 1972 with 3,162 votes.
He elected Delaware Senator for six times from 1978 to 2008 of about 60 percent voting. Now, he elected and worked as Vice President of the United States since January 15, 2009. Biden is a long-stage member of the U.S. Senate Committee for the Judiciary from 1987 to 1995. Biden is also a long-stage member of the U.S. Senate Committee for Foreign Relations.
The U.S. Vice President, Joe Biden spoke to press with well-deserved status in the first 100 days. However, Joe spoke about air hauling throughout ‘swine flue outbreak’ on 101 day.
At 7:05 a.m., Thursday, April 1, 2009:
On NBC's Today show, Joe Biden asked that “what advice he would give to the family members who are flying to Mexico”. And also about the remaining safety precautions for ‘swine flue outbreak’. He said to people that they must avoid classrooms, subways, cars, trains, airways and restricted areas.
Biden said, "I would tell members of my family - and I have - I wouldn't go anywhere in confined places now". "It's not that it's going to Mexico. It's you're in a confined aircraft. When one person sneezes, it goes all the way through the aircraft." Biden said that he suggested to don’t travel in the subway as well.
At 8:47 a.m:
The Biden's office made a public report, and changed Biden’s words. His spokeswoman Elizabeth Alexander said, "The advice he is giving family members is the same advice the administration is giving to all Americans: That they should avoid unnecessary air travel to and from Mexico". "If they are sick, they should avoid airplanes and other confined public spaces, such as subways."
By 10 a.m.:
Joe spokeswomen Elizabeth said to MSNBC "If he could say that over again, he would say if they're feeling sick, they should stay off of public transit or confined spaces, because that is indeed the advice that we're giving". Bloomberg said, "I think what Joe Biden was talking about was, it is true if you have all these symptoms, we recommend you stay home". Robert Gibbs, White House press secretary, attempted to end the gap of Biden’s left words, "what he said and what he meant to say". Gibbs also said, “If anybody was unduly alarmed for whatever reason, we would apologize for that”. The Website of Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said that, "CDC has NOT recommended that people avoid travel at this time". People must avoid needless journey to Mexico in the view of ‘swine flue outbreak’.
Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. spoke about the clumsy mistake in President Obama's oath of office, and he also said “Biden had been surprisingly disciplined since the inauguration”. US President Obama did not give a smile to his talk. Joe Biden said to CBS program ‘60 Minutes’ on Sunday, "Sometimes maybe I shouldn't be as straightforward as I am". "I am who I am."