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The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: Joe for Broke

The former vice president is running for president—but last time around, President Obama favored Hillary Clinton. Plus: The acting White House chief of staff opens up about his job.
Source: Andrew Harnik / AP

What We’re Following Today

It’s Thursday, April 25.

‣ North Korea reportedly sent the U.S. a $2 million bill to cover medical care for Otto Warmbier, the American student detained by the country for one year, who died shortly after he was returned to the U.S. in 2017.

‣ Facebook said it expects to be fined up to a record $5 billion by the Federal Trade Commission over its mishandling of users’ personal information.

Here’s what else we’re watching:

Former Vice are already in the race. This will be Biden’s fourth time running for president, and in his announcement he leaned heavily into his close relationship with President Barack Obama. However, the former president back in 2016, because he favored Hillary Clinton, reports Edward-Isaac Dovere.

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