Who is Joe Biden and what is his net worth 2019? Joseph Robinette Biden Jr., a former Delaware Senator, was elected the 47th US vice president in 2009. He was also the US Senator from Delaware for 36 years. Biden served a second term when U.S. President Barack Obama was re-elected in 2012. He is renowned for his straightforward nature.
Joseph Robinette Biden Jr. Was born on 20th November 1942, in Scranton, Pennsylvania, U.S. to Catherine Eugenia Finnegan and Joseph R. Biden Sr. His father worked cleaning furnaces as a used car salesman. He has two brothers James Brian Biden, Francis W. Biden and a sister Valerie Biden. Joe lived in Scranton, Pennsylvania for 10 years since his birth. After that, he moved to Delaware. In the U.S. history, Biden elected as the 6th teenage Senator. Joe belongs to Irish, German, French and English ancestry.
Joe went to St. Paul’s Elementary School in Scranton. Then they moved to Mayfield and attended the University of Delaware, Newark to study history and political science. During the school time period, he played halfback for the junior school football team but later left the team for a personal issue. After completing his graduation degree he went to Syracuse University Law School in Syracuse, New York, the United States for his law degree. In 2005 Joe Biden received the chancellor Medal from Syracuse University.
Joe Biden has been married to Neilla in 1966. the couple has three children Hunter Beau, Hunter, and Naomi. He lost his wife along with his daughter in a severe car accident. After five years of Neilla’s demise, Biden started his marital relationship with his second wife Jill Biden. Jill has given birth to his daughter Ashley in 1981.
Net Worth of Joe Biden
Joe Biden is the former vice president of US who has an estimated net worth of $1 million. As Vice President, he earns $230,700 as his annual salary. Most of his earnings come from his political career and real estate property. He considers himself as the poorest man. He does not have a lot of money savings in his life.
Joe Biden owns his apartment and commercial properties in the USA. He also owns a home in Delaware. His Delaware home is worth $2,856,950. He lived with his family in Pennsylvania and after 10 years he moved to Wilmington, Delaware. He was going to sell his house to afford his son’s care. But US President Barack Obama stopped him from selling his apartment. Other than this he is the owner of his only car Corvette.
In 2017 Joe Biden achieved the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the nation’s highest civilian honor, with distinction from U.S. President Barack Obama for his uninterrupted service to the United States.
The US vice-president attacked Donald Trump for not to have faith and confidence in the intelligence community.
Former Vice President of US Joe Biden was nominated for the nonpartisan center in Philadelphia – National Constitution Center.
Joe Biden replaces former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush in this field. The mission of this center is to teach all Americans about the human freedom.
In 2016 Biden has awarded the honorary degree from Trinity College, Dublin and also get the freedom of County Louth in the Republic of Ireland.
Joseph Biden has supported some charities like Human Rights Campaign and Joyful Heart Foundation. In 2011, he featured the 1 is 2 Many campaigns against domestic abuse. He and his wife Jill launched the Biden Foundation in 2017. This charity association works for different issues like preventing sexual assault, fighting against cancer, promoting high-quality education in every sphere, supporting military families and so on.
Joe Biden is one of the honest and real men in the U.S. political history. He is a roman catholic who is associated with various charitable agencies. Though he is a popular political personality, he has a contribution to acting in such films like – It’s Your Call with Lynn Doyle (1996), By the People: The Election of Barack Obama (2009), and Couch Commander (2016). He considers politics as personal and local objects. During his term, Joe has focused primarily on foreign policy and economic issues.