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    Aides to Joseph R. Biden Jr. hope to capitalize on all the focus on President Trump during the Republican National Convention next week by sharpening their criticism.
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    News Analysis

    Biden Leaves Convention With a Clear Mission: Stop Trump

    Mr. Biden rides out of the D.N.C. with a general election message centered on compassion, linking his biography of setback and recovery to the lives of Americans experiencing hardships.

    By Jonathan Martin and

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      Joseph R. Biden Jr. accepted the Democratic presidential nomination on Thursday after three campaigns, eight years as vice president and 36 years in the Senate.
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      Joe Biden Finally Got the Timing Right

      More than three decades after his first presidential run, in the midst of a deadly pandemic and without his son Beau at his side, the former vice president has met his moment.

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