August 23, 2023

Biden Shows Signs He Might Not Run in 2024

A new Fox News op-ed reveals five reasons that President Joe Biden might not run for reelection in 2024.

Writer Jason Chaffetz noted several concerns that point to the possibility that the president could pull out of a potential rematch against former President Donald Trump.

"Though Biden has begun hiring fundraisers for the 2024 campaign, his operation is a tiny skeleton crew of staffers working exclusively out of his home state of Delaware," the op-ed noted.

"That puts them closer to his homes near Wilmington and Rehoboth Beach, but far from the center of gravity in swing states or the nation’s capital," it continued, sharing the concerns about the small number of staff to raise funds for his campaign.

“Though she has visited Florida and picked fights with GOP presidential hopeful Ron DeSantis, Kamala Harris has been largely invisible through the first three years of the Biden presidency. Unless she makes a gaffe, she seldom makes news,” Chaffetz stated about the vice president.

“There is talk of deploying her to help with very specific demographic groups during the campaign, but as of now, we haven’t seen much of her on the trail," he continued.

In addition to the vice president's lack of campaigning for a second term, the account also mentioned Biden's numerous vacation days and woeful response to the Maui wildfires as indicators of not running for reelection.

Many Americans have expressed concerns over Biden running for a second term based on his age and health, including a majority of Democrats in some polls.

Biden is already the nation's oldest serving president at 80. He would be 86 at the end of a second term.

The president continues to claim he's running in 2024 but not everyone is convinced he's set to follow through on his plans for a second term.

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