Joe Biden asked to step aside in race for US president | BBC News

Congressman Lloyd Doggett has become the first sitting Democratic lawmaker to call on Joe Biden to step aside in the race for the US presidency.

It follows a critical review by some in the Democrat Party of the president’s performance during his first debate with Republican rival Donald Trump – but Biden’s team says he has no plans to walk away.

Meanwhile, Donald Trump’s sentencing following his conviction in his hush-money trial will be delayed until September.

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Written by Doris Quinn




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