Barack Obama Endorses Joe Biden—So What? : Politics Podcast Barack Obama endorsed Joe Biden in a twelve-minute video shared online Tuesday morning. So what does the former president's endorsement mean in an election cycle where Democrats have moved to his left and traditional campaigning has become impossible?

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Obama Endorses Biden For President—So What?

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Obama Endorses Biden For President—So What?

Obama Endorses Biden For President—So What?

Obama Endorses Biden For President—So What?

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Barack Obama endorsed Joe Biden in a twelve-minute video shared online Tuesday morning. So what does the former president's endorsement mean in an election cycle where Democrats have moved to his left and traditional campaigning has become impossible?

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