Former Vice President Joe Biden's new book is set for release in November, The New York Times reported. PROMISE ME, DAD chronicles 2015, the most momentous and challenging year in Vice President Biden's extraordinary life and career.
The book is set to come out on November 14. "Give me your word that no matter what happens, you're going to be all right".
Along with a slate of 600-plus novelists, poets and journalists appearing at the literary festival, marquee authors will include former vice president Joe Biden, author and 2014 Presidential Medal of Freedom victor Isabel Allende, Obama White House photographer Pete Souza and Miami-raised Obama inauguration poet Richard Blanco.
'I have always been fortunate to have an incredible support system around me, and I understand how many people in this country go through far worse than I have, with far less support'.
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'It's that rare book by a politician that will truly have lasting resonance'.
The former USA senator from DE and vice president under Barack Obama is scheduled to appear at the Michigan Theater on December 13 as part of his "American Promise Tour". Full tour dates can be found here.
'"Promise Me, Dad" is unlike any other book I've read by a political figure, thanks to Vice President Joe Biden's willingness to be deeply personal on the one hand, and candid about political life on the other, ' Miller said, according to the Times.
Between the op-ed and the announcement of the cross-country book tour, the semi-regular calls for Biden to consider running for president in 2020 against Trump grew louder online.