Analysis: Biden is on edge but his VP. Choice is a true vision of the future of the United States
Written by American correspondent Greg Millim in Wilmington, Delaware
It has always been said that Joe Biden will only serve a term if he wins this election – perhaps he is not.
She will be in her 80s at the end of her first term, and this will put Kamala Harris in the polar position to get nominated in 2024.
Of course there will be a primary, there may be others who will challenge her, and Joe Biden may try to continue.
But the possibility of Kamala Harris being in the polar position to become president is certainly a question that has come up in the campaign.
It has been allowed for those on the right and those in the Trump campaign to call Joe Biden a Trojan horse for the Democratic faction represented by Kamala Harris.
Donald Trump’s accusation is that he is more on the left than Bernie Sanders. Whether it is borne out by the facts is another matter.
But what it does mean is that Joe Biden has always transcended the most progressive faction of the party when he was a moderate, and since 1988 he has failed to run for president.
The question is how long his presidency will last and what the party will be like next.
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