Just weeks ago, Joe Biden was riding high on stunning primary wins, starting to fill rallies with thousands, dominating headlines, and quickly coalescing the Democratic Party around his candidacy. Now he is hunkered down in his Wilmington basement, forced to communicate through live stream technology that he says took four days to install. Joe Biden in his home studio. Screen grab via Twitter In normal circumstances, Biden would be the figurehead of his party. But in the wake of the coronavirus, local leaders and governors like New York’s Andrew Cuomo are on the front pages and at the frontlines of a global health and economic crisis.  On the trail, the former vice president used to spend hours a day glad-handing with potential voters on the ropelines but now he’s been consigned to the role of sideline Senate sage.  FILE: Joe Biden takes selfies with guests during a campaign rally at Coastal Carolina University on February 27, 2020 in Conway, South Carolina.  Scott Olson / Getty Images “I’m chomping at the bit,” he told reporters on Wednesday during a virtual press conference on Zoom. “I wish I were still in the Senate being able to impact on some of these things…but

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