Joe Biden at the 11th Democratic debate on March 15. Photo: Mandel Ngan/AFP via Getty Images

Former Vice President Joe Biden won Hawaii's Democratic primary on Saturday, the AP reports.

The big picture: Biden has been the presumptive Democratic frontrunner since Sen. Bernie Sanders suspended his presidential campaign in early April.

  • Hawaii postponed its Democratic primary, originally scheduled for April 4, due to the novel coronavirus, the New York Times reports. The primary was held via mail-in ballot.

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What's next for Joe Biden after Democratic National Convention

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Joe Biden’s calculation is clear: he wants to scare the hell out of America about four more years of President Trump and keep the camera, focus and media trained on his opponent, not himself.

Why it matters: Biden said this week he plans a partial return to the road after Labor Day, with targeted visits to swing states — but strictly within the guidelines of safe crowd sizes, social distancing and guidance from scientists and public health officials.

Aug 30, 2020 - Politics & Policy

Team Trump's era of good feelings

Trump greets guests ahead of first lady Melania Trump's address to the Republican National Convention from the Rose Garden at the White House, Aug. 25. Photo: Alex Wong/Getty Images

Here are some reasons why President Trump's top advisers say they feel better today than they did three weeks ago.

The state of play: Some early data suggests the Republican National Convention was a success and gave Trump more of a bounce than Joe Biden got from the Democratic National Convention.

Biden condemns violence on all sides after deadly Portland shooting

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Democratic nominee Joe Biden issued a statement unequivocally condemning violence on all sides after a man was fatally shot Saturday night during a clash between supporters of President Trump and anti-racism protesters.

Why it matters: As Biden prepares to address civil unrest this week, he is looking to set a marker for Trump and put the burden on him to speak to all sides on an issue that is roiling America and the presidential campaign.