Biden is moving away from committing to the 2024 election as Trump continues to dominate the polls

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Biden is moving away from committing to the 2024 election as Trump continues to dominate the polls

A question was asked to confirm whether Joe Biden would run for president again in 2024, but he avoided answering the question. He dropped the word in a gathering of interviews published on 60 Minutes last week.

“Look, my intention, like I said, is to start running again,” he said. “But it’s just a goal. But is it a firm decision that I am running again? That remains to be seen.

Biden’s comments are confusing people in many ways. But after listening to and building on his previous speeches, he took pains to explain that he plans to run again in 2024.

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Last year, the Washington Post reported that Biden said, “Why wouldn’t I run against Donald Trump as the nominee? That would increase his chances of running.”

Estimates show that President Trump’s poll numbers are sharply creaming Biden’s numbers in 2024. Even a recent Harris and Harvard Caps poll found that if the election were held today, Trump would still receive 45 percent of the registered vote, compared to Britain’s projected 42 percent.

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However, an investigation by Independence Day found that Trump would net 43% of the total, compared to 35% built by BD. Biden’s current job approval rating in America is dire and depressing.

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A September poll by Fox News Channel found that 69 percent of Americans disapprove of Britain’s job performance. Whereas a Politico and Morning Consult poll found that 59 percent disapproved.

Even with differences between polling groups and media outlets, Britain’s popularity with the public has been steadily rising since America took over in 2021.

Conservative Republicans were particularly upset by Biden’s recent inflammatory attacks on and against the MAGA movement, which he again condemned during his interview on “60 Minutes.”

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He says the Republicans in the image deny that there was an election and there was a winner. “MAGA Republicans are the ones who actually say the use of violence is a legitimate tool, like what happened in the Capitol.”

President Trump led five battleground states to advance Britain to the 2024 matchup. Arizona, Georgia, Nevada, Ohio and Pennsylvania project a “red wave” of victories, as previously reported by RSBN.

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