President Joe Biden has not made it clear whether he has already decided that he will run for re-election in 2024after being asked if he has talked about it with his family.
In earlier days, the first lady Jill Biden He said he had not had conversations with the president about his re-election plans, so the president was questioned about it in Nantucket, Massachusetts.
“We’re not going to have any [conversacion]we’re celebrating!” the president said as he left a clothing store in downtown Nantucket.
According to White House reports, President Biden has “intentions” to run in 2024, but there is a growing number of Democrats who have expressed concerns, due to his low popularity, something that could change after the midterm elections.
Other reports question the age of the president, who would be 82 for re-election and, if he wins, would end his term at 86.
The questioning of the Democrat is because he had said that he would take advantage of the Thanksgiving and Christmas celebrations to talk with his family about it and make a final decision.
Amid this indecision there has been some exploration of who would be the Democrats who could run in two years.
the vice president Kamala Harris leads the listalthough its popularity is not optimal.
It was surprising that over the weekend, the governor of California, Gavin Newsom, “will get off” from a possible contesteven if President Biden decided not to compete, according to a Politico report, even what the president himself had told him, after the midterm elections that gave the Californian victory.
“I’ve told everyone in the White House, from the chief of staff to the first lady,” Newsom said.
Source: La Opinion