As many Americans moved to tele-working and began connecting with family, friends and coworkers more regularly over online video conferencing software, former vice president Joe Biden has so far only used these platforms once to address the increasingly anxious public.  But Biden began changing that Monday morning, broadcasting from his home. “Let me be clear, Donald Trump is not to blame for the coronavirus, but he does bear responsibility for our response. And I, along with every American, hope he steps up and starts to get this right,” Biden said, adding this “isn’t about politics” and there’s “too much at stake.”  The former vice president said it’s well past time for the president to put into action the Defense Production Act to boost the production of essential medical equipment and supplies and increase the capacity of the U.S. health care system by activating military personnel. “Trump keeps saying he’s a wartime president. Well, start to act like one,” Biden said.For the past week, the Democratic presidential frontrunner’s communication strategy has been light on public, on-camera addresses and focused more on lengthy statements released by his campaign.As the coronavirus pandemic spiked over the past week in the U.S., the front-runner for the Democratic


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