G. McConway
November 10, 2022

Biden Confirms 2024 Decision Early Next Year

Joe Biden has probably worked more in the last month than he has his entire term.  

Over the last few weeks, he traveled the country campaigning for Dems and pitching his legislation.  

Now that the election is over, everyone wants to know if he will run.  

Joe says he will formally make the decision early next year, but first he needs a vacation. 

Sneak Away 

Biden is delusional.  

He still thinks most people want him to run, even when faced with data that says the opposite.  

When asked about running for re-election, he stated, "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." 

In all likelihood, if Biden does run, it would be a rematch of 2020.  

Donald Trump has already prefaced his announcement, stating, "Two years ago we were a great nation, and we will be a great nation again.  

"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." 

We all know what that announcement will be, but there is now growing resistance to it.  

Trump took a shellacking in just about every key race, winning mostly locked in seats while losing battleground races with his endorsements.  

He has already started whining that the media is not treating him fairly, a precursor to what will be if he wins the nomination.  

With a runoff election still looming for Georgia, there is a growing movement that it would be considered very selfish for Trump to announce before that election is over, but I doubt Trump cares.  

Source: Fox News 

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