Joe Biden might be the luckiest politician in America. He won his party’s nomination by launching an unprecedented comeback that rocketed him through the middle of a sharply divided primary field. Now

Joe Biden might be the luckiest politician in America. He won his party’s nomination by launching an unprecedented comeback that rocketed him through the middle of a sharply divided primary field. Now

Joe Biden might be the luckiest politician in America. He won his partys nomination by launching an unprecedented comeback that rocketed him through the middle of a sharply divided primary field. Now hes going up against a president whose central rationale a booming economy has been washed away by a devastating and unprecedented pandemic.
And so with just over two months to go until the election, the former vice-president will this evening accept his partys nomination and will be in prime position to succeed Donald Trump as Americas 46th president.
But will he win? Mr Biden is clearly the favourite at this point. The most prominent forecasting model, assembled by Nate Silver at fivethirtyeight.com, gives Mr Biden a 72 per cent shot at

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