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Joe Biden and Paul Ryan: The State of the Union's odd couple
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Vice President Joe Biden and Speaker of the House Paul Ryan seemed to enjoy each other's company as they sat behind President Obama during his last State of the Union address.
Vice President Joe Biden and Speaker of the House Paul Ryan seemed to enjoy each other's company as they sat behind President Obama during his last State of the Union address.
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