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    Joseph R. Biden Jr. ran as a determined pragmatist, believing that his party would embrace him as its best chance to beat President Trump.
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    How Joe Biden Won the Presidency

    Joseph R. Biden Jr. campaigned as a sober and conventional presence, concerned about the “soul of the country.” He correctly judged the character of the country, and benefited from President Trump’s missteps.

    By Alexander BurnsJonathan Martin and

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      Hundreds of mock tombstones on a lawn in North Miami, Fla., honor those who have died from the coronavirus.
      CreditScott McIntyre for The New York Times

      A ‘Terrifying’ Coronavirus Surge Will Land in Biden’s Lap

      Total coronavirus cases in the U.S. surpassed 10 million on Sunday. Experts say the virus is spreading out of control and could grow worse before President-elect Biden takes office.

      By Sarah MervoshMitch Smith and

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