By
G. McConway
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November 3, 2022

REPORT: Biden Quietly Preparing for 2024 Election Run

It looks like Joe has made his decision.

Fox News has published a report that advisers are meeting behind the scenes with Joe Biden to prep for a 2024 run.

Among those meeting with Biden are "White House advisers Anita Dunn, Mike Donilon, and Jen O'Malley Dillon — who all held top roles in Biden's successful 2020 presidential campaign — as well as White House chief of staff Ron Klain and first lady Jill Biden."

His Intention

Joe Biden has been playing coy with the media on this front.

Just as everyone else has stated, he said that he is committed to the 2022 mid-terms, then he will decide.

However, two weeks ago, during another interview, Biden stated, "I have not made that formal decision, but it's my intention. My intention to run again. And we have time to make that decision."

Just as with Trump, Biden knows that the moment you declare, a different set of rules go into play, so it is best to put it off as long as possible.

One Democrat strategist stated, "It's certainly smart to begin the critical planning and do it in a way that doesn't take attention off of what is the primary goal right now, which is to elect Democrats up and down the ballot across the country.

"It makes sense to do it in kind of low-key way while the midterms are front and center."

Rumors are now floating around that Trump could declare as soon as a week after the mid-terms are over.

My guess is that as soon as PA is settled, which I expect to be one of the last states, Trump will declare.

The only way I don't see him declaring that soon is if the GOP loses the Senate due to Trump's candidates losing their races.

That is the only reason I can see him putting this off any longer.

Source: Fox News

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