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Meet Joe Biden’s Jewish Family

By Lior Zaltzman Nov 9, 2020

By now, you likely know how excited we are about Kamala Harris’s husband, Jewish dad and future Second Gentleman (Second Dude?) Doug “Dougie” Emhoff. Not only is he the spouse of the first-ever woman to serve as Vice President of the United States, he’s also the first Jewish person to fill this role. Such naches!
But as a publication that celebrates Jewish families, we’d be remiss to overlook President-elect Joe Biden’s Jewish relatives — of which there are many. In fact, all three of his kids married into Jewish families — which means Biden is the grandfather of some pretty adorable Jewish kids.
Now, as far as we know, Biden’s extended family isn’t going to be an active part of his administration. But we’re still going to see them on stage at events and such. And so, in order to help you point and kvell, here are the Jewish members of the President-elect’s family:
First up, let’s talk about Hallie Olivere, now Hallie Biden, who was the wife of Joe’s oldest son, Beau, the former Delaware AG who died of cancer in 2015. Joe Biden has known Olivere’s Jewish mother, Joan, since they were kids — he once joked that he had a crush on her as a kid: “I was the Catholic kid. She was the Jewish girl. I still tried. I didn’t get anywhere,” Biden said at a Jewish event in Delaware in 2015.
Hallie, 45, and Beau married in 2002 and had two children, Natalie, 16, and Hunter, 14. Hallie and Hunter Biden — Beau’s younger brother — dated between 2015 and 2019, with the support of the Bidens and Hallie’s parents.
Then there’s a nice Jewish doctor Howard Krein, who married Joe’s youngest daughter, Ashley Biden, in 2012. Ashley, 39, is a social worker, the former executive director of the Delaware Center for Justice, and a fashion designer. Krein, 54, is the chief medical officer at StartUp Health, an associate professor at Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals, and the senior director of health policy and innovation at Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center at Jefferson — so yes, a pretty accomplished couple. They do not have any children.
Krein and Ashley were introduced by Beau, and have been dating since late 2010. They got married in an interfaith ceremony held at the Delaware church where Ashley was baptized. It was officiated by a Roman Catholic priest and a Reform rabbi, Joseph M. Forman.
“A ketubah was signed. The couple got married under a beautiful chuppah, made of natural branches with a cloth covering,” Forman, the rabbi at Or Chadash, a congregation in in Flemington, New Jersey, told The Forward. “The wedding ceremony started with the traditional baruch haba [welcoming] and included the priestly blessing and the sheva brachot [seven blessings]. The groom stepped on a glass at the end.”
The reception included a precursory hora dance, in which VP Biden happily participated.
According to a colleague, Krein is “a proud Jew.” And, speaking of pride: Joe kvelled about his Jewish son-in-law at a political event in Ohio in 2016, saying: “I’m the only Irish Catholic you know who had his dream met because his daughter married a Jewish surgeon.”
Biden’s third Jewish in-law is Melissa Cohen, 34, a documentary filmmaker from South Africa who is Hunter Biden’s second wife. According to the Daily Mail, Cohen was raised Melissa Batya Cohen by her Conservative Jewish parents, Zoe and Lee Cohen. She has four brothers. She is an outspoken environmentalist and, according to friends, has recently been vocal against antisemitism. She’s also the mother of Joe’s newest grandson — if you noticed the President-elect holding an adorable baby during the fireworks that followed his victory speech, that’s him!
Melissa and Hunter had a true whirlwind romance. Within their first week of meeting, they got engaged and got matching tattoos (or more precisely, Hunter got a tattoo to match Cohen’s existing one). They’re of the Hebrew word “shalom” (hello, peace), both are in the same location.
A month after getting engaged, the two got married in Cohen’s LA apartment, on her roof deck. While Joe did not attend the wedding, he gave his approval after the fact, which Hunter tearfully recalled for the New Yorker: “I called my dad and said that we just got married. He was on speaker, and he said to her, ‘Thank you for giving my son the courage to love again.'”
Cohen gave birth to a “healthy baby boy” on March 28 of this year, according to her brother, Garyn. “We are ecstatic about the baby. We actually feel that like a time like this, with the whole world in crisis, bringing a beautiful baby into the world is an opportunity to focus on the good, instead of this virus that is ravaging the world and causing a pandemic.” The couple reportedly named the boy Beau.
Hunter has three children from his previous marriage: Naomi, Finnegan, and Maisy. On Saturday night, during the post-speech celebrations, we also witnessed Naomi holding her baby brother on stage, after her grandfather did. It was truly a moving sight. No matter your politics, it’s hard to deny that Joe Biden’s complex, beautiful, interfaith family truly does love each other. We can’t wait to see them all together again on inauguration day.
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Factbox: Here are six things Joe Biden will likely do on immigration

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Factbox: Here are six things Joe Biden will likely do on immigration

(Reuters) - When he enters the White House, Joe Biden will likely seek to reverse much of President Donald Trump's immigration legacy and push ahead with his own agenda.
© Reuters/ANDREW KELLY A Biden cutout is seen on a car, as people celebrate after media announced that Democratic U.S. presidential nominee Joe Biden and vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris have won the 2020 U.S. presidential election on Times Square While some measures could be quickly rescinded, the multitude of Trump administration changes could take months or years to undo.

Here is what to expect from Biden in six key immigration policy areas:
1. IMMIGRATION REFORM AND 'DREAMERS'
Biden plans to send an immigration bill to Congress on his first day in office in January that includes a pathway to citizenship for the estimated 11 million immigrants living in the country illegally, a campaign official told Reuters.
The bill would also address the status of so-called “Dreamers” living in the United States illegally after entering as children. Under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program started by former President Barack Obama, roughly 644,000 Dreamers are granted deportation relief and work permits.
Trump sought to end DACA, but the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in June that his administration did not follow proper legal procedures.
Biden's immigration reform bill will include a path to citizenship for more than 400,000 people covered by the Temporary Protected Status program. Trump moved to phase out most enrollment in the program, but was slowed by legal challenges.
2. TRUMP'S TRAVEL BANS
On Day One of his presidency, Biden intends to rescind Trump’s travel bans on travelers from 13 countries, most of them either majority-Muslim or African nations.
Shortly after taking office in 2017, Trump issued an executive order that banned travelers from seven majority-Muslim nations from entering the United States. The administration reworked the order several times amid legal challenges and the Supreme Court upheld a version of it in 2018. The countries subject to entry restrictions have changed over the years.
The bans could be easily undone, as they were issued by executive order and presidential proclamation, according to policy experts, but lawsuits from conservatives could delay the process.
3. TRUMP'S PANDEMIC RESTRICTIONS
Trump implemented a series of sweeping restrictions during the coronavirus pandemic that kept some legal immigrants and travelers from entering the United States.
The measures include travel bans that block the entry of many people coming from Brazil, China, Europe and Iran in order to prevent the spread of the virus. Trump also barred entry of certain immigrants seeking permanent residence and temporary foreign workers, including certain skilled workers with H-1B visas, saying he needed to protect American jobs.
A federal judge in October blocked Trump's temporary foreign worker ban from being applied to hundreds of thousands of businesses, a ruling the Trump administration has appealed.
While Biden has criticized some of these restrictions, he has not said if he would immediately reverse them. He has not commented on emergency border rules implemented in March that allow U.S. authorities to rapidly expel border crossers, including unaccompanied children and asylum seekers.
A Biden campaign official told Reuters the Democrat would look to public health officials for guidance on pandemic-related border closures.
4. SKILLED FOREIGN WORKERS
The Trump administration finalized a pair of regulations in October that likely will curb U.S. companies’ use of skilled foreign workers, especially in the tech industry.
The regulations significantly increase the minimum wages companies must pay to workers enrolled in the program. The rules also narrow the definition of “specialty occupations” eligible for the visas.
Biden has not said whether he would roll back the measures if elected, but his campaign website said he would work with Congress to reform the H-1B visa program to ensure the visas are "aligned with the labor market and not used to undermine wages."
After that, Biden would support expanding the number of high-skilled visas, the website says.
5. REFUGEES
Biden has said he would raise the annual ceiling for refugee admissions to 125,000 but has not said how quickly that would happen.
Trump has sharply curbed refugee admissions and his administration announced in September that it would allow no more than 15,000 refugees in the 2021 fiscal year, a figure Biden will likely increase.
Refugee advocates caution it may take years to rebuild the pipeline of vetted refugees ready to travel to the United States, as well as the capacity of resettlement groups to receive them.
Biden said in late October that he would “immediately” grant humanitarian protections to Venezuelans living in the United States, which would allow them to remain in the country and obtain work permits. He cited economic hardship in that country under the government of President Nicolás Maduro.
6. THE U.S.-MEXICO BORDER
Biden’s immigration plan would end the diversion of Pentagon funds to build a wall on the U.S.-Mexican border and instead invest in screening infrastructure at ports of entry.
He said in August that he would not tear down border walls built under Trump but would halt construction.
Biden has vowed to end Trump's restrictive asylum policies, beginning with a program known as "remain in Mexico." Under the program, formally known as the Migrant Protection Protocols, non-Mexican migrants are forced to wait in Mexico for their U.S. immigration court dates.
During an Oct. 22 presidential debate, Biden criticized the program, saying it left migrants "sitting in squalor" on the other side of the Rio Grande River, which separates the United States and Mexico.
Biden has said he will prioritize the reunification of any migrant children separated from their families under Trump administration policies.
As of Oct. 20, lawyers and non-profit organizations seeking to reunite families separated at the U.S.-Mexico border by the Trump administration were not able to locate the parents of 545 children.
(Reporting by Ted Hesson, editing by Ross Colvin and Howard Goller)
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25th Amendment | U.S. Constitution | US Law | LII / Legal ...

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The 25th Amendment, proposed by Congress and ratified by the states in the aftermath of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, provides the procedures for replacing the president or vice president in the event of death, removal, resignation, or incapacitation.

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Joe Biden suffered two brain aneurysms, Politico tries to ...

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No wonder Joe Biden is such an idiot. He suffered two brain aneurysms in the 1980's and was even told by the doctor operating on him that he might not recover. Biden did recover and went on to embarrass himself and the Democrat in the Senate and being the dumbest Vice President in American history from 2009-2017.
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25th Amendment is a dark, blackened political coup d'etat plan.

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But there have been quite a few moments on the campaign trail that seem to be more serious than your garden-variety gaffes, and actually appear to be manifestations of Biden's cognitive decline.

(slow blood brain bleeds or micro strokes kills brain cells which causes this mild cognitive decline in Joe Biden, and medical knows it.)

Mild cognitive impairment - Symptoms and causes - Mayo Clinic

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Mild cognitive impairment (MCI) is the stage between the expected cognitive decline of normal aging and the more serious decline of dementia. It's characterized by problems with memory, language, thinking or judgment. If you have mild cognitive impairment, you may be aware that your memory or mental function has "slipped."
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