Rep. Dean Phillips of Minnesota claims that he does not yearn for President Joe Biden to compete for reelection in 2024- and he isn’t the only one!
In the course of an interview on “The Chad Hartman Series,” the lawmaker, who was elected in 2019 and is seeking re-election, pointed out that “in spite of some errors” as well as Biden’s growing older, he thinks highly of Biden personally, stating he is “of really good character,” has “compassion,” “sympathy,” and “toughness.”
CNN’s Manu Raju mentioned that Phillips told him, “Biden has been the principled, stabilizing bridge the country needed. I just believe it’s time for generational change in Congress and the White House.
Biden is the oldest president in United States history. If re-elected, he would be 82 years old at the beginning of his 2nd term, his first already riddled with questions of his mental competency due to age. In 2015, Biden pointed out that he is to seek reelection and that he possesses “good health.”
Regardless of his opinion polls prove if he seeks re-election it would be an uphill battle. A CNN poll indicated that 75% of “Democrats/Democratic-leaning independents that are actually signed up to vote” believe that the Democratic Party needs an individual in touch with America that isn’t Biden, while only 25% accept Biden as the candidate for 2024.
Democratic Rep. Cori Plant of Missouri recently spoke on her opinion if Biden should run again. She claimed that she did not want to address the inquiry. She likewise kept in mind that Biden “has the right” to seek a second term in office.
On the Fox Updates Stations on Wednesday, Democratic Rep. Tim Ryan of Ohio was asked if he supports Biden’s re-election– Ryan was non-commital in his answer by saying that he is currently concentrated on his personal re-election campaign. Biden has been encountering depressing job approval numbers in numerous polls for very a long time.