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Joe Biden inches closer to launching a 2020 presidential bid

WASHINGTON - Former Vice President Joe Biden inched closer to announcing a long-awaited decision to run for president in 2020, saying Tuesday that his family wanted him to run but that there were "still a couple hurdles to go through" before he could commit.

Biden, who has twice unsuccessfully sought the Democratic presidential nomination, said in an appearance at the University of Delaware that getting support from his

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