According to New York magazine, Democratic members are already panicking about the presidential campaign in 2024.
It’s only natural that they’d be. Biden’s favorability rating is plummeting, and his political group seems to be on the edge of an embarrassing loss in November, as he turns 80. Democratic officials and activists are having a hard time reconciling the evidence that A) Joe Biden is far too elderly and frail to run for the presidency again, and B) he’s arguably their best option.
Kamala Harris, who is VP currently, is much less well-liked than Joe Biden and has repeatedly disgraced herself in front of , causing severe doubts about her ability to run a successful presidential campaign. Nonetheless, if Biden does not seek reelection, she is widely regarded as the favourite to earn the party’s nomination—a prospect that has some Democrats worried, and reasonably so.
“Biden has to run again, because he desperately has to keep Trump out of the White House and defend our democracy,” a Democratic party’s member told the Associated Press.
“And I have no doubts Kamala Harris can’t win.” However, if Biden does not run, the party’s obsession with identity politics will almost certainly prevent most other contenders from contesting a black woman for the election.
Joe Biden has openly stated that he plans to run for reelection. Biden’s running for the presidency, according to one veteran aide, is “how he stays alive.” However, he’s not been completely forthcoming about his plans for the future, implying that if “fate intervenes,” he may well not fight again a significant chance given that Joe Biden would be 82 in his age by the time he takes an oath for a next term.
he’s not been completely forthcoming about his plans for the future, implying that if “fate intervenes,” he may well not fight again a significant chance given that Joe Biden would be 82 in his age by the time he takes an oath for a next term. Americans’ people do not anticipate him to run again, according to the one of the famous Journal website’s poll run and released in March which was 3 months ago. He has portrayed himself as “a bridge” to the younger generation of Leadership.
Unfortunately, the Democratic Party’s next generation of politicians doesn’t really play a leadership role. Pete Buttigieg will never be President of the United States. Obviously, Elizabeth Warren is in the same boat. Harris would never be voted into office, however if Biden dies, she will inevitably be favored. Bernie Sanders will celebrate his 81st birthday in September. Gov. Phil Murphy (D., N.J.), a former Goldman Sachs executive who narrowly won reelection in his deep blue state, and Gov. J.B. Pritzker (D., Ill.), a wealthy hospitality industry heir who is even fatter than Chris Christie, have been floated as possible presidential candidates by Democrats.
This preceding is a summary of an article that originally appeared on FreeBeacon.Com.