In the wake of a sputtering red wave, seen as the opportunity for Americans to repudiate the radical Biden administration, the president announced this week that he would be announcing his decision on running for reelection in 2024 early next year.
Given the speculation that Biden does not actually make most decisions for his administration, he included that the decision would ultimately come down to close consultation with his wife, Jill. Biden said:
“I think everybody wants me to run, but we’re going to have discussions about it. I hope Jill and I get a little time to sneak away for a week between Thanksgiving and Christmas, and my guess is it will be early next year when we make that judgment,” Biden stated.
If it is up to the First Lady, then it is nearly impossible to think he won’t go for another four years. After all, she got him into this mess in the first place. It is also absurd to think that Biden hopes to sneak away for the holidays. By some estimates, the president has spent almost one-third of his tenure in office in seclusion at his Delaware estate. He isn’t hurting for more time away from D.C.
As Fox News wrote, via MSN, with the conclusion of midterms the 2024 presidential race will now get underway.
The White House in recent months has emphasized Biden’s “intentions” to run for re-election, but has not committed either way. Biden, who turns 80 this month, is the oldest president in history.
The president’s remarks come just days after former President Donald Trump teased a major announcement, which could be his decision on a 2024 presidential run.
“Two years ago we were a great nation, and we will be a great nation again,” Trump said in a not-so-subtle comment. “Not to detract from tomorrow’s very important even critical election… I’m going to be making a very big announcement on Tuesday Nov. 15 at Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach,” he said of a likely third serious presidential campaign.
Had midterms not come to a crashing halt for Republicans, it was widely perceived that Biden would be forced to step aside. However, since the red wave did not materialize, it has seemingly breathed new life into the senile Commander-in-Chief. When asked what the results meant and how he would govern for the next two, Biden said he wouldn’t change anything.
That’s apparently what the voters want, but it certainly isn’t healthy for the nation.
Biden running also saves Democrats from having to make a decision on Kamala Harris, a woman so unqualified for her office and a 2020 presidential contender who left the campaign trail after receiving a laughable 1% of support. During her time as Vice President, she has only further embarrassed herself with public speaking and her horrid inability to grasp issues.
Despite her troubles, she is a black woman, and in the woke, far-left Democrat Party it those issues present a serious problem. Stand up for intersectional identity politics – or try winning again. Biden running saves the DNC from having to choose.
As for Republican challengers, a similar conundrum exists. Florida governor Ron DeSantis was clear and away the major GOP victor Tuesday night, expanding his margin of victory by nearly 20% compared to just four years ago and turning the deep-blue Miami-Dade County red. He has long been seen as the primary challenger to Trump. If both throw their hats into the ring, there is no telling how that shakes up the Republican Party and its base.
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