Gepubliceerd op 12 jan. 2017
President Obama surprised Vice President Joe Biden with the nation’s highest civilian honor – the Presidential Medal of Freedom – at a tribute event at the White House this afternoon. The event itself, let alone the award, was kept secret from the the vice president. Biden was very emotional throughout the event, wiping away tears almost constantly as the president made a speech about why he believes Biden is “the finest vice president” in U.S. history. “This also gives the internet one last chance to talk about our bromance,” Obama joked as he began the event. FOR MORE: http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/presid…
Gepubliceerd op 21 jun. 2016
Barack Obama and Joe Biden started out as political opponents, but they say they will leave office as close friends. For the past eight years, the two have been an inseparable political duo. They have seen the country, and each other, through the best and worst times. In an interview with Charlie Rose, the vice president gets personal about his boss.
Gepubliceerd op 13 jan. 2017
President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden’s relationship has been a public spectacle for eight years. Their “bromance” trends all over the internet, and reached new heights when Obama surprised Biden with the Medal of Freedom on Thursday. CBS News’ Margaret Brennan discusses their close relationship on CBSN.