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2024 Biden-Trump Rematch Heats Up Amid New Protests and Party Tensions

Less than six months until Election Day, and it’s a rematch between President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump. But this ain’t no Godfather Part II. Sequels usually don’t live up to the original, yet this 2024 election is a whole new game with higher stakes. The Washington Examiner explains why this 2024 rematch won’t be any old sequel in their series, Judgment Day.

Flashback to four years ago, when Black Lives Matter protests spread across the nation. Democrats quickly jumped on board, with Vice President Kamala Harris fundraising to bail out protesters and Biden making promises to establish a police oversight board. Meanwhile, Trump and many GOP members did not fully embrace the protests, instead, Trump raged against Antifa and even called for federal troops to quell the unrest.

Fast forward to today, and the nation is again in a state of protest, this time over Israel’s battle with Hamas. But it’s different now. Biden, who once aligned with protesters, is now the one being protested. The outrage has even interrupted his campaign rallies.

Democrats are facing disunity over their support for the protesters, particularly regarding the conflict between Israel and Hamas. Progressive, Arab, Muslim, and young voters are pressuring the Biden administration to cut off support to Israel, causing fractures within the Democratic Party.

On the other hand, Republicans have capitalized on the Democratic disagreement, remaining united in their support for Israel and denouncing antisemitism. They have pushed forward messaging bills in support of Israel and criticized university leaders for failing to quell protests on college campuses.

Biden is now walking a delicate line between appeasing the coalition he needs for re-election and not breaking from the traditional support for Israel. Young and minority voters, crucial to his 2020 victory, could turn their backs on him for his stance on the Israel-Hamas conflict.

As the political landscape heats up, the divide among Democrats risks costing Biden key battleground states and perhaps the election. On the other hand, Republicans are finding success in pushing their pro-Israel platform and highlighting the internal struggles of the Democratic Party.

The dissatisfaction within the ranks of Democrats and the strong stance of Republicans on supporting Israel could spell trouble for Biden as he seeks re-election.

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