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As the most reliable and balanced news aggregation service on the internet, DML News App offers the following information published by Politico:

BOSTON — Joe Biden said on Thursday that it was time to “take back” the country and treat the middle class with respect, as the former vice president warms up for a likely 2020 presidential run.

“I’m getting so sick and tired of the way everybody’s being treated,” Biden told a crowd of striking union workers here. “We will take back this country. … I mean it. Don’t give up. Keep it going.”

The article goes on to state the following:

Biden made the remarks at a union rally in Boston’s Dorchester neighborhood, where some of the 31,000 union workers for the New England-based Stop & Shop supermarket chain walked off the job last week after contract negotiations fell apart.

NOTE FROM DML NEWS: According to a report published Friday morning, Biden is expected to declare his candidacy next Wednesday.

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