Biden undeterred by rival Warren’s ascendancy

MEG KINNARD Associated Press FLORENCE, S.C. (AP) — Joe Biden said Saturday he is undeterred by the ascendancy of Democratic rival Elizabeth Warren, noting that some of his supporters are already treating the primary campaign as a general election contest between him and President Donald Trump. "She doesn't affect my strategy, period," the former vice president said in an interview with The Associated Press before a town hall meeting in South Carolina, home to the South's first primary next year. "And I'm not being facetious. I think she's a fine person, a good candidate, but I didn't get involved in deciding to run because of polling or a particular strategy." He also acknowledged that outside groups are considering running ads to support him, a move that comes amid concerns within
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