Joe Biden eyeing re-election bid announcement as soon as next week: reports – National
U.S. President Joe Biden could announce his re-election campaign in a video as early as Tuesday, two people familiar with the matter said Thursday, along with his predecessor in the Republican Party, Donald Trump. indicated the possibility of a rematch.
Tuesday’s announcement by Biden, 80, comes four years after the start of the 2020 campaign. A source on Thursday warned that the exact timing could change.
The Associated Press also reported on plans for Tuesday’s announcement, citing three people briefed on the debate.
Biden is the oldest person to occupy the White House, turning 86 at the end of his second four-year term. A Reuters/Ipsos poll on Sunday showed that only 39% of Americans approve of his performance.
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The White House and the Democratic National Committee declined to comment.
The Republican Party has yet to pick a candidate for the November 5, 2024 presidential election, but polls show it has Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, former Vice President Mike Pence, and former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley. It shows Trump leading a group of declared and undeclared Republican candidates, including.
Biden faces little in the race for the Democratic nomination, but 45% of Democrats who responded to a March Reuters/Ipsos poll believe Biden should not run again in 2024. , 48% said they should.
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Biden plans to campaign on his record, 27 months after taking over from Trump.
This includes winning congressional approval for billions of dollars in federal funding and infrastructure to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic, restoring what his supporters see as courtesy to the White House, This includes overseeing the lowest unemployment rate since 1969. High inflation ruined his economic record.
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He warned against potential economic headwinds, including a showdown in the Republican-controlled U.S. House of Representatives over the $31.4 trillion debt ceiling, which would shake global markets and risk a default that could trigger a U.S. recession. I’m facing
Biden’s Democrats also face trouble in the 2024 U.S. Senate election, which will see them defend seats in Republican-leaning states including West Virginia, Ohio and Montana. holding
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Republicans won the House majority in last year’s midterm elections, bringing Biden’s legislative agenda to a chilling halt.
In recent weeks, Mr. Biden has presented the likely re-election themes in his political speeches, obtained a doctor’s certificate that said he was “fit for the job,” and asked Democrats to vote for the party in a way that favored his nomination. I told them to reorder the main calendar. And he chose Chicago as the city to be formally named next year.
Biden is scheduled to meet with top volunteer fundraiser from the last election next week. Donors will be key to the most expensive US presidential election ever. They also show that Biden’s strongest supporters have overcome doubts about his age and prospects in another grueling race.
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While the 2020 campaign took place virtually due to the pandemic, the 2024 campaign will require him to travel to several major states scattered across the country, from Arizona to Pennsylvania, expected to be competitive again. there is.
After losing to Biden by seven million votes in 2020, Trump refused to concede defeat and claimed widespread election fraud.
His supporters stormed the US Capitol in Washington, D.C. on January 6, 2021 to support his cause, but that didn’t stop Congress from recognizing Biden’s victory.
Biden is expected to remind voters of these actions and to applaud his response to the pandemic’s economic recovery, particularly the strength of the US labor market.
Biden used recent political events to attack “MAGA” Republicans allied with Trump for trying to undo a legislative victory, but he has also been directly involved in the legal issues facing Trump. I have mostly avoided speaking.
(Reporting by Trevor Hunnicutt; Additional reporting by Jeff Mason and Kanishka Singh in Washington; Editing by Scott Malone and Josie Kao)