New York Times finds Biden’s Delaware hometown on a map

Somehow, the nation has elected a president from suburban Wilmington. The New York Times asked a writer to explain.

He didn’t do a super job. The Timesman credited Swedes with founding the town in 1683, by which time the actual settlement was nearly 50 years old, and was owned by William Penn, who was English. The Swedes, by the way, have vanished. The Nanticokes, who met them, are still here.

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