Joe Biden vows to end ‘this season of darkness for America’
21 August 2020 | 12:37 pm
Former US Vice President Joe Biden has formally accepted the Democratic Party's nomination to be their candidate for president. He described the upcoming election as a "battle for America's souls."
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