Joe Biden is the new president of the United States of America and this election is nothing short of monumental. Joe Biden has created history as he will be the oldest president when he is sworn in to the White House. You may have heard his name a lot before he was running for president, that is because he has run for president 3 times before being elected as one.
Joe Biden have also served as vice president for the United States during the reign of Barack Obama from 2009 to 2016. Before that, he was a state senator for Delaware from 1973 to 2009. With some heavy political fire in his arsenal, the resume of the newly elected president is no short of amazing. Even with all the firepower, it took him 33 years and 3 tries to get himself to a presidential position. He has been waiting for presidency since 1987 and after three decades, he finally got it.
The whole 2020 election thing stretched out and dragged on more than we expected. Donald Trump refuses to concede and it is like watching two infants fighting over a candy. Anyhow, Biden is one patient man, after waiting for years, he can certainly wait a bit longer till January when he is officially sworn in.
Joe Biden will turn 78 on November 20th and will officially be the oldest president in the history of the United States. Joe Biden overcame a lot of struggles to reach where he is now just to serve his country and to guide it according to his visions. Having being in the political environment for a long time, he has certainly gained some experiences and has also built a strong resume. Lets take a look at his journey up to this point which is visualized in the infographic below.
Infographic by: kickresume