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he's held a significant lead in polls over twenty three other democratic candidates vying to take on US president Donald Trump in twenty twenty but I'm looking at it I don't know what the hell happened to buy and that's got president trump treating him like his top threats but he's got a lot more energy than by the sea eleven now so the question is can anyone stop the former vice president , ahead of his formal campaign launch Saturday Joe Biden has managed to seemingly put to rest concerns about whether he's out of step with the Democratic Party just this week he responded to a jab by Alexandria %HESITATION because you're Cortez who would tack to the middle of the road climate plan no , on a record in presidential strategist told Reuters that the perception among some voters that bite and may be a safer choice to take on trump then a less known politician could also give him a boost but despite his strength in the first three weeks of this campaign some hurdles may still lie ahead the first comes next month when his competitors get a chance to take him on in the first of a dozen democratic presidential debates where he could find himself the main target of attacks particularly from progressives who will be eager to pounce on his record which they view as too moderate seventy six year old Biden will also need to defend his age and see vigorous and energetic at debate according to one strategist if elected by the would be the oldest US president ever