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Joe Biden spotted on Amtrak train after announcing presidential run

Steven Adams
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Joe Biden campaigns for Conor Lamb at a rally with union members at Carpenter Training Center in Collier on March 6, 2018. Biden announced he will seek the Democratic nomination for president in 2020 and will kick off his campaign with a stop in Pittsburgh on Monday, April 29, 2019.

“Amtrak Joe” lived up to his old nickname Thursday when he took a modest train ride after becoming a 2020 candidate.

Former Vice President Joe Biden was photographed riding an Amtrak train to New York just hours after his campaign announced his candidacy for president via an online video.

BBC North America bureau chief Paul Danahar shared photos of Biden’s trip via Twitter.

The tweet had accumulated more than 1,700 likes by 5 p.m.

Biden often commutes via Amtrak from his home in Delaware. He attracted attention when he was photographed bumping into Sen. Kamala Harris on the train in February.

Biden will kick off his campaign for president in the Pittsburgh area Monday.

Steven Adams is a Tribune-Review digital producer. You can contact Steven at 412-380-5645 or [email protected].

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