Newspoll: 52-48 to Labor

Labor slightly widens the lead it opened in the previous Newspoll, and Anthony Albanese maintains his ascendancy as preferred prime minister despite a slight fall in his personal ratings.

The Australian reports the latest Newspoll has Labor’s two-party lead widening from 51-49 to 52-48 since the previous poll three weeks ago. Both major parties are down on the primary vote, the Coalition by two to 38% and Labor by one to 35%, while the Greens are up one to 13% (equalling their best result since 2011) and One Nation is steady at 4%. Scott Morrison’s personal ratings are unchanged after the hit he suffered in the previous poll, at 37% approval and 59% disapproval, while a spike in Anthony Albanese’s ratings last time has failed to completely stick, with his approval down three to 43% and disapproval up three to 40% (compared with 40% and 41% in the poll before). However, Albanese maintains the lead on preferred prime minister he opened up in the last poll, which is out slightly from 43-39 to 43-38. The poll was conducted Wednesday to Sunday from a sample of 1510.

Author: William Bowe

William Bowe is a Perth-based election analyst and occasional teacher of political science. His blog, The Poll Bludger, has existed in one form or another since 2004, and is one of the most heavily trafficked websites on Australian politics.

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  1. Beemer,
    Yes TPP, bit voters of all persuasions put their next flavour of poison as their descending preferences on the votong slip. So TPP would not produce much difference in results, as I see it.

  2. In regard to the nuclear waste dump in near Kimba in SA,, the Labor gov’t here held a statewide discussion on the future of nuclear in SA and the people told them to shove nuclear anything up their clacker. This included the proposed dump.

    So Marshall has really given the SA people the finger. As is usual for Libs.

  3. A man has been shot dead by police in a “terror-related incident” on a busy high street in London.

    The Metropolitan Police has said it is believed that a number of people have been stabbed in broad daylight on Streatham High Road and the incident has been declared as terrorist-related.

    “At this stage, it is believed a number of people have been stabbed. The circumstances are being assessed; the incident has been declared as terrorist-related,” the Met Police said.

    “Three people are known to have been injured in the Streatham attack earlier this afternoon,” police added in a later statement.

    “One person is at hospital in a life-threatening condition. We are in the process of informing their family.”

  4. Well done, Labor and well done, Albanese!

    2PP up and PPM both up!

    Pity about Alb’s netsats.

    The Greens are to be congratulated as well. Only fair. Facts are facts. They have leapt back up to where they were three governments ago!

    The really excellent news is that, after 7 years of supine crawling, the Fourth Estate has finally found some gorm. The MSM peeps who went along with 6 years of Kill Bill like it was some sort of fashionista fad have finally woken up to themselves.

  5. Good morning Dawn Patrollers.

    The SMH editorial describes the sport grant scandal as a stain on the Prime Minister’s tenure. It doesn’t accept any of Morrison’s BS on the matter.
    https://www.smh.com.au/politics/federal/sport-grant-scandal-a-stain-on-prime-minister-s-tenure-20200202-p53x21.html
    In quite a broadside the AFR’s editorial says that McKenzie’s exit does not end the PM’s problems.
    https://www.afr.com/policy/tax-and-super/mckenzie-exit-does-not-end-the-pm-s-problems-20200202-p53wyk
    Scott Morrison wants the sports rorts mess to be over with McKenzie’s exit. It won’t be, writes Katharine Murphy.
    https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2020/feb/02/scott-morrison-wants-the-sports-rorts-mess-to-be-over-with-mckenzies-exit-it-wont-be
    Michelle Grattan (correctly) says that McKenzie fell for the lesser of her political sins.
    https://theconversation.com/view-from-the-hill-bridget-mckenzie-falls-but-for-the-lesser-of-her-political-sins-131011
    Frank Bongiorno, at the end of a tour through rorts past, says that there are still few signs that anything like a majority of voters are alive to Morrison’s confidence tricks.
    https://theconversation.com/remembrance-of-rorts-past-why-the-mckenzie-scandal-might-not-count-for-a-hill-of-beans-130793
    Here’s Simon Benson’s take on the NewsPoll.
    https://www.theaustralian.com.au/nation/politics/newspoll-coalition-vote-gets-burnt-by-fires-rorts/news-story/c027d9e4500e0fc151af4245589f582a
    https://www.theaustralian.com.au/nation/long-hot-summer-as-scott-morrison-weathers-storm-after-storm/news-story/1113f06852ea0a30b2cb95591b1007d1
    Rob Harris explains how Bridget’s departure will put a strain on the Coalition.
    https://www.smh.com.au/politics/federal/mckenzie-s-exit-puts-a-strain-on-coalition-20200202-p53x1f.html
    Peter van Onselen tells us how Morrison’s blind loyalties only extend so far.
    https://www.theaustralian.com.au/nation/politics/scott-morrisons-loyalty-to-bridget-mckenzie-ends-in-bid-to-cauterise-scandal/news-story/8d03212818e877445641fe5712000536
    David Crowe and Rob Harris tell us about the latest Ipsos focus group study that shows that voters have turned on Morrison over his “pathetic” bushfire response.
    https://www.smh.com.au/politics/federal/voters-turn-on-pm-over-pathetic-response-to-bushfire-crisis-20200202-p53wy9.html
    The Australian tells us that Barnaby is circling!
    https://www.theaustralian.com.au/nation/bridget-mckenzies-fate-rests-on-sports-grants-report-finding/news-story/b48cfd244fe42929073c8e249578135a
    Sean Kelly reveals where Morrison government’s true Achilles heel lies.
    https://www.smh.com.au/national/where-morrison-government-s-true-achilles-heel-lies-20200202-p53wx7.html
    A piss take on McKenzie from Mark Kenny.
    https://www.canberratimes.com.au/story/6604253/shootin-star-the-adventures-of-senator-bridget-mckenzie/?cs=14258
    Border security expert John Coyne says that Australia will pay for Morrison’s about-face on the $1000 Wuhan co-payment.
    https://www.smh.com.au/national/australia-will-pay-for-pm-s-about-face-on-1000-wuhan-co-payment-20200202-p53wz9.html
    Former South Australian premier John Olsen has received a personal recommendation from Morrison to become the new federal president of the Liberal Party.
    https://www.canberratimes.com.au/story/6610083/pm-backs-former-sa-premier-for-libs-role/?cs=14231&utm_source=website&utm_medium=home&utm_campaign=latestnews
    The temporary ban on travellers entering Australia from mainland China led to some families being split at Sydney Airport on Sunday.
    https://www.smh.com.au/national/very-confused-tired-families-split-as-travel-ban-prompts-airport-chaos-20200202-p53x02.html
    Anna Patty reports that the Business Council of Australia has warned that the termination of a wages agreement for McDonald’s staff will leave workers and the business worse-off.
    https://www.smh.com.au/business/workplace/termination-of-mcdonald-s-eba-bad-for-workers-and-business-20200202-p53wzv.html
    Scott Morrison is stuck in a time warp – more gas is not the answer declares Simon Holmes à Court.
    https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2020/feb/01/scott-morrison-is-stuck-in-a-time-warp-more-gas-is-not-the-answer
    ASIC revealed widespread problems with banks charging fees for no services in 2016. It was met with excuses and lies. It took a royal commission to bring accountability and public confessions, writes Pamela Williams.
    https://www.afr.com/companies/financial-services/why-hayne-succeeded-where-asic-was-overlooked-20200202-p53wyg
    From Beijing Lucy Kuo reports that footage of government officials in Wuhan appearing to take face masks intended for health workers battling the highly infectious coronavirus has fuelled a growing wave of anger over how Chinese authorities have handled the outbreak.
    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/feb/02/shameless-outrage-china-coronavirus-outbreak-mask
    Katharine Murphy outlines how today a group of more than 200 scientists will urge returning parliamentarians to urgently reduce Australia’s total greenhouse gas emissions, and work diplomatically to achieve coordinated global climate action, after a catastrophic summer of fires.
    https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2020/feb/03/scientists-call-on-mps-to-urgently-reduce-australias-emissions-amid-bushfire-crisis
    Clean energy innovation delivers bang for buck. So why won’t the government fund it asks the Australia Institute’s Don Cass.
    https://thenewdaily.com.au/life/science/2020/02/02/arena-clean-energy-australia/
    There are danger signs here for CIMIC (formerly Leighton Holdings) as it is facing fresh claims over its financial reporting, amid accusations it is exploiting accounting rules and using controversial “reverse factoring” techniques to hide weak cashflows and double count profits.
    https://www.smh.com.au/business/companies/more-skeletons-in-the-closet-cimic-under-fire-over-use-of-reverse-factoring-20200202-p53wzd.html
    Thousands of native fish have died in a series of ongoing mass death events at more than 20 different locations across the Murray-Darling Basin and in coastal areas of New South Wales in the past two weeks.
    https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2020/feb/02/murray-darling-thousands-of-fish-have-died-in-nsw-in-past-two-weeks
    The Trump administration says in a court filing that two dozen emails revealing details of President Donald Trump’s decision-making regarding withholding military assistance to Ukraine, which goes to the heart of his impeachment, are protected from a lawsuit under “presidential privilege”.
    https://www.smh.com.au/world/north-america/trump-emails-that-could-shine-light-on-impeachment-case-remain-hidden-20200202-p53x16.html
    The Guardian editorialises that in looking the other way over the president’s corruption and lawbreaking, the Republican party has offered up its soul in exchange for power.
    https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2020/feb/02/the-guardian-view-on-trumps-impeachment-trial-the-perils-of-outrageous-immunity
    Robert Reich explains how Democrats share the blame for the rise of Donald Trump.
    https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2020/feb/01/donald-trump-impeachment-trial-state-of-the-union
    Emmanuel Macron is as determined as ever to push through changes to France’s revered pension system.
    https://www.smh.com.au/world/europe/macron-still-standing-as-protests-and-strikes-wind-down-in-france-20200203-p53x3e.html
    John Pesutto explains how safe Australia depends on a stable region.
    https://www.smh.com.au/world/oceania/a-safe-australia-depends-on-a-stable-region-20200131-p53wjl.html

    Cartoon Corner

    David Rowe

    John Shakespeare

    Matt Golding


    David Pope

    Leak supports Trump – of course.
    https://cdn.newsapi.com.au/image/v1/1df7c38844299ef95e98c43fa7738c0a?width=1024

    From the US



  6. The BeetRooter is baaaaaack…

    “Barnaby Joyce says he will challenge Michael McCormack for the leadership of the Nationals if there is a spill.

    Sky News host Laura Jayes said Mr Joyce had confirmed to her he would stand if both position for the deputy leadership and the leadership of the Nationals were put to a vote.

    The Nationals leadership has been thrown into question after Bridget McKenzie resigned on Sunday as deputy leader over the sports rorts scandal.

    Nationals MPs have approached Mr Joyce, who resigned as deputy prime minister and leader in February 2018, to challenge the incumbent, The Australian reported on Monday.

    Nationals MPs will gather in Canberra on Tuesday ahead of federal parliament resuming for the year to vote on a new deputy leader.“

  7. sprocket_
    It was reported yesterday that at a rally for Sanders last weekend, supporters loudly booed when Hillary Clinton’s name was mentioned.

    I still think Sanders’ conections to Russia haven’t been explored enough.

  8. https://www.smh.com.au/politics/federal/pm-given-incorrect-advice-causing-backflip-on-1000-charge-for-australians-fleeing-wuhan-20200202-p53wx4.html

    Yeps somebody done somebody wrong ♫♫♪

    ♫ It’s lonely out ♪ tonight
    ♪ And the feelin’ just ♫ got right for a brand ♫ new love ♪ song
    ♫ Somebody done ♫ somebody wrong ♪ song

    ♪ Hey, wontcha play ♫ another somebody ♪ done somebody wrong ♪ song

    Mr. Dutton has put the whole “somebody forced the Gummint Saga into dropping the collective daks in public” thereby revealing the Gummint shortcomings -into proper perspective – with

    He accused Ms Palszczuk of acting in an “appalling” way by revealing details to the public about advice provided about the outbreak after she called on the federal government to stop flights landing in Australia from mainland China on Saturday. She said the move would help stem the spread of the virus, and she called for calm following a Queensland Disaster Management Committee meeting.

    I knew it ❗ I suspect the duty astrologer has been hitting the turps again. What has happened is that the outing of Ms Palszczuk as the culprit behind this complete empathy free effup should have been announced very clearly and very often and the $1000 dollar business carefully hidden.

    I understand that representations to the Gummint by sporting organisations for increased Olympic funding has been knocked back and therefore the Gummint “Backflip Team” is having to be privately funded – prolly through applications for change room grants.

  9. Very interesting observation by Sean Kelly:

    At the height of the fires, Andrew Constance, a minister and the MP for Bega, slammed Morrison. This Friday, Morrison and Berejiklian announced an energy deal. Morrison talked a lot about gas, presumably to soothe renewables-haters in his party. Within hours, NSW Minister Matt Kean had said there was no new money for gas, no change on gas at all, actually, and that all Morrison had done was fund NSW’s climate change plan.

    To some extent, this is about moderates in the party pushing back against conservatives. NSW leadership calculations are part of the mix. But there are also, it seems to me, two other bets. One is that Morrison is on the wrong side on climate. The other is that voters will tire of his government sooner than he expects.

    https://www.smh.com.au/national/where-morrison-government-s-true-achilles-heel-lies-20200202-p53wx7.html

    So, Morrison was full of hot air about Gas?

  10. The Age has the findings of an IPSOS focus group, not good for SFM.
    https://www.theage.com.au/politics/federal/voters-turn-on-pm-over-pathetic-response-to-bushfire-crisis-20200202-p53wy9.html

    Voters have turned on Prime Minister Scott Morrison over his response to the summer bushfires in a sign he could be “irretrievably damaged” by a series of stumbles, including his decision to take a holiday in Hawaii.

    Angry at a “pathetic” and “disorganised” response to the crisis, voters blamed Mr Morrison for being too slow to act on the threat and failing to show empathy with Australians suffering in the aftermath of the fires.

  11. Good morning.
    Pleasant day so far
    Newcastle 24℃ – Projected top of 29℃
    Maybe thunderstorms. Wind SW 7KPH

    Thanks BK for the “Dawn Patrol” now with additional items from “The Australian” to expand our horizons.

    P.S. Dreadful day yesterday – top temperature said to be 39℃ but feels like 44℃ – my failing refrigerator may have announced that I need to get a new store bought fridge. Dammit ❗

  12. China refused to acknowledge the seriousness of the virus, leading the WHO to do the same, and in turn the rest of the world was slow to act.

    Lu Xiaohong, the head of gastroenterology at City Hospital No.5, told China Youth Daily that she had heard by December 25 that the disease was spreading among medical workers – a full three weeks before authorities would acknowledge the fact.

    She did not go public with her concerns, but privately warned a school near another market.

    By the first week of January, the emergency ward in Hospital No.5 was filling; the cases included members of the same family, making it clear that the disease was spreading through human contact, which the government had said was not likely.

    The government’s efforts to minimise public disclosure persuaded more than just untrained citizens.

    “If there are no new cases in the next few days, the outbreak is over,” Guan Yi, a respected professor of infectious diseases at the University of Hong Kong, said on January 15.

    The World Health Organisation’s statements during this period echoed the reassuring words of Chinese officials.

    https://thenewdaily.com.au/news/world/2020/02/03/coronavirus-china-cover-up/?utm_source=Adestra&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Morning%20News%20-%2020200203

  13. E. G. Theodore @ #10 Sunday, February 2nd, 2020 – 10:13 pm

    rhwombat:

    There are few triumphs in medicine – progress is measured in slight and temporary declines in loss.

    Same as in most things:
    – in business the average time for “an overnight success” (triumph) is about ten to twenty years
    – in hard science a triumph is typically “in the air ” for an extended period, and these days almost always independently developed by multiple teams (likely false if not)
    – and so on
    However I would still use the term triumph, as if you recall the origin of the term, it took a long period too.

    True, however medical familiarity with inevitable death does provide a somewhat different perspective…

  14. “We haven’t exactly had a long line of great orators as PM.”

    ***

    Rudd is easily the best on that list in that respect.

  15. PuffyTMD @ #49 Monday, February 3rd, 2020 – 2:39 am

    All this sh!t and the Libs still get 48?

    As I said, Aussie voters are in some kind of curse of stupidity.

    Labor has buckleys at the next election. I am calling it now a 5 seat majority to the Coalition.

    And all those who were burnt out of their homes or with businesses impacted or jobs affected, you watch them vote Liberal or National like they always have.

    Call me cynical, but anyone dumb enough to vote Coalition last time does not have enough brainpower to pull themdelves out of the mire of ignorance into which they have sunk.

    This nation is f#cked.

    You just have to hope that, as the oldies die off, the IQ of the nation rises a little.

  16. “All the effort to spin the blame for the fires to the Greens has back-fired.

    Such a relief that such nonsense didn’t really shift voters

    Those gullible enough to believe it weren’t going to vote Green.”

    ***

    This. We Greens weren’t worried that the scare campaign would hurt us. Only the far right believe such nonsense and they already loathe us anyway.

  17. Bellwether

    You just have to hope that, as the oldies die off, the IQ of the nation rises a little.

    A ‘cunning plan’ you have. 20 years ago it was the same ‘plan’ we were told would see the demise of Howard’s Liberals and in particular Poorlene’s One Nation . Still waiting waiting waiting for it to ‘work’.

  18. Bellwether

    As an older person, I strongly object to your ageist attitude. It would be more useful for the middle aged leaders of the conservatives to disappear.

  19. Amusing to see that the Newspoll result is up the top of The Age website, yet the news.com.au website has no mention of their own poll.

    Hang on, I found a link mentioning it in very small print under the Australian Banner.

  20. “It was reported yesterday that at a rally for Sanders last weekend, supporters loudly booed when Hillary Clinton’s name was mentioned.”

    ***

    With good reason. What do you expect when she came out and publicly attacked Sanders and made the absurd claim that nobody likes him?

    Besides, right wingers like Clinton aren’t likely to get a warm cheer from the true left.

  21. It seems that Bridget was beavering away at assisting rural communities when we thought all she did was to fly from one sports venue to another.

    Matthew Canavan
    @mattjcan
    11h

    Bridget McKenzie has been a passionate and effective fighter for regional Australia. She has paid a heavy price but I am sure she will have lots more to contribute to regional parts of out country that too often miss out on key infrastructure.

  22. Yesterday:

    Katharine Murphy @murpharoo

    Given myself a couple of hours, but I’m still struggling to process how bad this is: the profound lack of concern for things that are really, really important

    ***

    Peter van Onselen @vanOnselenP

    The longer I have to think about it the worse it gets. I have studied political science and been passionate about it my whole life. THIS is the moment I am compelled to stand up and loudly condemn the attempt to erode the culture of our system, democracy and standards.

  23. “ You just have to hope that, as the oldies die off, the IQ of the nation rises a little.”

    Builders and Bommers have both been phoning it in since the end of the Cold War. I’ve just finished watching ‘The Loudest Voice’ and perhaps the most telling line that Russell Crowe as Roger Ailes said regarding the ‘other’ 50% of the population not serviced by ‘the liberal media’ was ‘People don’t want to be informed, they want to feel informed’. Fox News – just like centre-right parties across the Murdochsphere – Dominates the over 50s market. Especially amongst Anglos.

    Lizzie – you may strongly object to Bellwether’s post all you want. Doesn’t make it any less true: without the greedy, vindictive and fact resistant attitudes of your generation, carefully cultivated by the dark arts of marketing types of all ages, Bush II, Cameron, Abbott, ScoMo, BoJo and all the other pirates would never have seen the light of day.

    These days the attitudes of Boomers and Builders have degenerated further than the time that Ailes made his infamous remark in the 1990s. These days they don’t even want to feel informed: they want to be vindicated for every greedy and shortsighted bad decision they have made over the past 30 years.

    I’ll give you this though: my generation – GenX has proven itself completely feckless as a counterbalance to Boomerism. Witness the complete inability of ANY GenX candidate to cut through in the Democratic Primary race. Maybe Prot0-Millenials will ultimately prove more effective, but we are a whiles away from that point I fear. Bellwether is right: more oldies need to die off before the generations following the Bommers can take centre stage.

  24. Andrew_Earlwood

    Unfortunately you’re hitting the wrong target. I’m not a Boomer, thank god. They’re the privileged post-war generation whose parents worked hard to provide the things they’d missed out on themselves.

  25. #WestPapua@PurePapua
    ·
    Feb 1
    #WestPapua This was rainforest. Bye bye tree kangaroos, cuscus, possums, cassowaries, birds of paradise, ground rats, pig-nose turtles, crocodiles, moths, butterflies, beetles, snakes #deforestation #palmoil

  26. @JoshButler
    ·
    4m
    Deputy leader of a party resigns in scandal, possibly triggering leadership spill, which could mean the new leader might be the old leader, who previously resigned in scandal

    How good is Australian politics

  27. PuffyTMD – calling voters stupid, wow your attitude will definitely win the next election for Labor. Are you sure you don’t work in Chris Bowen’s office ?

  28. You just have to hope that, as the oldies die off, the IQ of the nation rises a little.

    I hope you don’t think Gen Selfie are going to boost the IQ of the nation…

  29. Andrew_Earlwood

    When ‘your’ generation gets to be oldsters please do not be surprised to find that they are no different to all the previous generations. As I said, 20 years ago all was to be good as the 64+ demographic shuffled off. In 20 years you will hear the same bitching about the greedy oldies.

  30. It sounds as if Ezra Klein’s latest book “Why We’re Polarized” has the Labor dilemma in a nutshell.

    It talks about why the democrats in the US are losing the “war” against blatant conservatism … but just from what he recently said on CNN — it’s the same here.

  31. I’d agree with this judgement. Parenthood was never Barnaby’s goal.

    @BelindaJones68
    9h
    Call me cynical but I reckon the main reason Barnaby Joyce wants Bridget McKenzie’s job is bcuz the realities of domesticity & rugrats has worn off.

    He wants his freedom again.

    He’s not an easy dog to keep on the porch.

  32. “ When ‘your’ generation gets to be oldsters please do not be surprised to find that they are no different to all the previous generations. As I said, 20 years ago all was to be good as the 64+ demographic shuffled off. In 20 years you will hear the same bitching about the greedy oldies.”

    It is already happening to a certain degree. I just hope that ‘we’ wont end up as thick headed and greedy-stupid-entitled as Boomers. But if that hope proves false, I’ll settle for an oldies brigade that isn’t as demographically dominant as the undead Builder and Boomer cohorts currently are.

  33. Lizzie – you may strongly object to Bellwether’s post all you want. Doesn’t make it any less true: without the greedy, vindictive and fact resistant attitudes of your generation, carefully cultivated by the dark arts of marketing types of all ages, Bush II, Cameron, Abbott, ScoMo, BoJo and all the other pirates would never have seen the light of day.

    Here’s an idea: tell the young “firebrands” who are always whingeing about Old Farts to get off their Xboxes and Instagram for long enough to actually, y’know, VOTE, instead of blaming everyone else for their troubles.

    That’s if we’re going to start condemning whole demographics, of course.

  34. I just hope that ‘we’ wont end up as thick headed and greedy-stupid-entitled as Boomers.

    There has never been such a self-entitled, self-absorbed generation as the Boomers IMO.

  35. LongMemory82 @ #85 Monday, February 3rd, 2020 – 8:43 am

    PuffyTMD – calling voters stupid, wow your attitude will definitely win the next election for Labor. Are you sure you don’t work in Chris Bowen’s office ?

    Time has shown that the small proportion of the voting public that dragged the LNP across the line nine months got it terribly wrong. To refer to them as idiots is not too wide of the mark. For anyone who took even the most cursory interest in politics in the six months lead-up to the election it was absolutely crystal clear that this was a government that had run it’s meandering course and was in terminal decline. Those within with anything more than a smattering of brain cells were jumping ship.

  36. Wow! This labelling is getting out of hand. Before the Bernard Salts of social demography were invented, we were all just ‘people’.

  37. Honestly, the own goals are just ridiculous!

    John Kerry, the former secretary of state and 2004 Democratic presidential nominee, made the rookie mistake on Sunday of conducting a private phone call in the lobby of a Des Moines hotel on the day before the Iowa caucuses.

    The result: An NBC News analyst overheard him fretting about “the possibility of Bernie Sanders taking down the Democratic Party — down whole.” According to the NBC report, Mr. Kerry also floated the idea of entering the presidential race himself and described the steps he would have to take in order to do so.

    Mr. Kerry, who is in Iowa campaigning for former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr., told NBC he was “absolutely not” considering entering the race, and reiterated it in a, well, forcefully worded tweet.

    https://www.nytimes.com/live/2020/iowa-caucuses-02-02?action=click&module=Top%20Stories&pgtype=Homepage#john-kerry-president-joe-biden

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