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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Joseph R. Biden
Vice President Joseph R. Biden said in a task force report to President Obama that business growth in the United States has hit "historic rates" and that hiring is reaching new highs.
In an election-year push to motivate minority voters, Vice President Joseph R. Biden told the National Urban League Thursday that the black community "can't be satisfied with where we are now."
President Obama said he couldn't really understand why Vice President Joseph R. Biden — or former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, for that matter — would want to undertake the "undignifying process" of running for president in 2016.
New reports indicate that Vice President Joseph R. Biden and his entourage enjoyed a luxurious hotel stay during the World Cup Tournament, totaling over $2.4 million.
Vice President Joseph R. Biden said Wednesday that the Obama administration isn't pandering to Hispanic voters with its push for immigration reform amid a surge of illegal immigrants.
Vice President Joseph R. Biden is giving off the vibe that's feeling a bit left behind — a bit down in the dumps due to all the hoopla that's swirling about former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and her possible 2016 White House run, political watchers said.
At a White House summit for working families Monday, Vice President Joseph R. Biden tried to relate to the audience by calling himself "the poorest man in Congress."
He was trying to pay Colombia a compliment, but Vice President Joseph R. Biden instead reminded the South American nation Wednesday of its painful recent past in World Cup soccer.
Vice President Joseph R. Biden promised Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko in a private conversation that the United State would not abandon its cause to clamp down on Russia for its recent aggressions into the region, leading to the annexation of Crimea.
Central American governments are beginning to feel heat from Washington, which is increasingly blaming leaders in El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala for failing their own citizens — forcing many to flee to the U.S., banking on uncertain promises or rumors of legal status.
Praising Colombia's efforts to improve human rights and end ongoing conflicts with armed rebels, Vice President Joseph R. Biden on Wednesday described the South American country as "a nation transformed" and vowed that the U.S. will work closely with newly re-elected Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos.
President Obama has dispatched Vice President Joseph R. Biden to Central America this week to plead with parents to stop sending their children illegally to the U.S., but critics say the president himself should take a stronger stand to stem the surge of child immigrants streaming over the Mexican border.
Vice President Joseph R. Biden told a National Association of Manufacturers' crowd this week that what the United States needed was more, not fewer, immigrants.
Vice President Joseph R. Biden, Republican Sen. John McCain of Arizona and other U.S. officials will travel to Kiev on Saturday to attend the inauguration of Ukrainian President-elect Petro Poroshenko, the White House announced Thursday.
Vice President Joseph R. Biden — who was once caught slinging the f-word during a lean-in comment to the president about Obamacare — now has some words of wisdom that seem to show he learned his lesson: Always consider the microphones on.
Vice President Joseph R. Biden warned Tuesday during a two-day visit to Kiev that more provocative behavior by Russia "will lead to more costs and to greater isolation."
"America will never, ever stand down," he said.