By Bill Barrow and Will Weissert Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — The early months of Joe Biden's third White House bid were marked with uneven debate performances and winding town halls in Iowa and New Hampshire. That contrast to the loquacious, eloquent young senator who first sought the presidency 33 years ago, struck even some friendly Democrats and fed the Republican narrative that the 77-year-old was no longer fit to lead. Biden did much to dispel that caricature Thursday night during his 24-minute address accepting the Democratic Party's presidential nomination. His performance validates at least some of the frustrations the […]
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