(RoyalPatriot.com )- Jill Biden, the first lady, can “pull the plug” on a new campaign, but “the choice has been made.”
President Biden stated on Friday that although he has not officially decided to run for reelection in 2024, he expects to do so. He cited prior support from his late son Beau and revealed that he had Jill Biden’s support.
Biden’s 2017 autobiography, “Promise Me, Dad,” in which the president claimed that Beau had insisted he run for the post in 2016, arguing that his father had a duty to do so, was cited by MSNBC’s Jonathan Capehart in an interview that aired on Friday. Capehart questioned what responses Beau, who passed away in 2015 from brain cancer, would have for individuals who believe Biden shouldn’t run for office again due to his advanced age.
When asked if the first lady would support a bid in 2024, Biden nodded and took a moment to think before responding fully. He said, “My wife believes we are doing something significant, and I shouldn’t leave it.
Due to his age and low approval ratings, the 79-year-old, the oldest person to be sworn into office, has been questioned by members of his party over whether he should run for reelection. By participating in public outdoor activities and repeatedly stating that he would run again since last year, Biden has tried to allay the suspicions.
He intends to run in 2024, according to White House spokeswoman Karine Jean-Pierre in June. According to NBC, Biden informed Rev. Al Sharpton that he would run for re-election this month.
However, the resurgence of former president Donald Trump has been the president’s strongest justification for a second term. According to The Washington Post, Biden still views ousting Trump from the White House as one of his greatest contributions to the welfare of the United States. This is one of the main reasons he decided to run for politics in the first place.
There is no denying that Donald Trump controls, motivates, and intimidates the Republican Party.
The president compared Trump’s “extreme MAGA mentality” to “semi-fascism” in August when he accused him of having it. According to aides, the lines weren’t planned.
According to a Washington Post-ABC poll conducted last month, many Americans don’t favor a Biden-Trump rematch: 47 percent of respondents who lean Republican said they want Trump, down from 67 percent in October 2019, while 56 percent of respondents who are Democrats said they’d prefer a candidacy for “someone other than Biden.”