Tuesday, July 23, 2024

REPORT: Biden Wants to Run For Reelection in 2024

'I don’t think there’s any reason he won’t...'

Despite telling voters he’d only serve as a “transition” if elected president, Joe Biden is now thinking about running for reelection in 2024, according to The Hill.

“I don’t think there’s any reason he won’t,” said one longtime adviser to Biden when asked if he’ll run again.

Another Biden associate says the president hasn’t ruled out a reelection bid, “so we all assume that he is.”

“Contrary to this sentiment that he’ll be a one-term president because of his own volition,” Biden has wide-ranging plans that might take more than four years to implement, the source explained.

One of Biden’s congressional allies, Sen. Chris Coons, D-Del., also said in January that Biden is “planning to run again.

“He knows that we are at the middle of an absolute turning point, a pivot point in American history, and he’s up for the challenge,” Coons said at the time.

This is very different from what Biden’s team said when the Democrat was campaigning for his party’s nomination.

“If Biden is elected,” a prominent adviser to Biden’s campaign said back in 2019, “he’s going to be 82 years old in four years and he won’t be running for re-election.”

Biden, who turns 79 later this year, is the oldest president in the nation’s history.

He has also begun to show signs of severe aging, leading many to openly question whether he is fit to handle the job.

Just last week, he stumbled walking up the steps to Air Force One not just once, but three times, appearing to hit his head at one point.

Some of Biden’s advisers are arguing it’s too soon to say what the president’s plans are.

“He hasn’t even fully staffed up the White House yet,” the adviser said. “There’s a lot to do before he even reaches the point where he has to make a final decision.”

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