Democratic presidential candidate Marianne Williamson criticized the party's national committee for making the 2024 campaign easier for President Joe Biden.
The party is not planning to host any debates, leading to calls that the process is unfair to other candidates.
Marianne Williamson blasts DNC for doing everything to 'make it easier' for Biden https://t.co/NHpb98QiiB
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) May 30, 2023
"I am still getting some patronizing treatment, and as we know, the DNC has said that there will be no debates. And they are clearly doing what they can to make it easier for the president to win the nomination," Williamson told Fox News.
"But I'm out there, and I have another opponent who is out there. The American people are waking up," she added.
2024 National Democratic Primary:
Joe Biden 65%
Marianne Williamson 11%
Robert Kennedy Jr. 11%
— Political Polls (@Politics_Polls) May 23, 2023
A poll earlier this month showed that both Williamson and fellow Democratic presidential candidate Robert Kennedy Jr. polled at 11% each.
Biden ranked at just 65% in his own party, yet continues to make no plans to debate or campaign against other Democrats.
Other recent polls have shown that the majority of Democratic voters also believe that Biden is too old to run for another term. He is already the nation's oldest serving president and would be 86 at the end of a second term.
The president's ongoing gaffes have only added to questions about his leadership during his time in office, leaving many wondering why Democrats seem content with Biden in power.
Most lawmakers on the left, however, appear fine with Biden facing former President Donald Trump in a rematch, expecting the same results as in 2020.
The battle continues to heat up on both sides as Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis entered the race last week in what could be a major change to the 2024 election campaign.