Olivia Nuzzi

New York magazine

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Olivia Nuzzi is Washington correspondent for New York magazine.

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Well that happened.

Iowa

Well that happened.

from Left, Right & Center

Joe Biden is still hanging onto the frontrunner spot among the Democrats running for president, despite his less-than-stellar debate performances and regular gaffes.

Why Joe Biden’s campaign is a slow-motion disaster

Joe Biden is still hanging onto the frontrunner spot among the Democrats running for president, despite his less-than-stellar debate performances and regular gaffes.

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Joe Biden is in.

20 in for 2020

Joe Biden is in.

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