Kamala Guaranteed To Be President? Biden Refuses To Say

When asked in Pennsylvania whether he would spend a full four years if reelected in November, President Joe Biden declined to respond.

According to a FiveThirtyEight study, just 38% of Americans think favorably of Vice President Kamala Harris.

Following his arrival in Keystone State for his seventh visit in 2024, Biden posed for what looked to be a picture on the tarmac alongside supporters.

“President Biden, would you be serving your full four-year term or will you be turning over authority to Vice President Harris?” A reporter inquired.

“Are you okay, Biden?” he yelled back, pointing with one finger to his head.

“I am unable to hear you. Could you please come closer? The reporter answered with grace.

With a stern expression on his face, Biden answered.

“Did you bump your head, or something?”

Regarding the possibility that Biden may lose the election to former President Donald Trump, “anxiety has turned into palpable dread” among a reported dozen Democratic Party leaders and operatives, prompting the inquiry.

According to a Hart Research/Public Opinion Strategies/NBC News poll, over 75% of respondents think that Biden is leading the country “out of control” and “on the wrong track,” which is the greatest negative number for any president the pollster has ever recorded.

Various recent surveys indicate that Biden’s support base has shrunk among the demographics crucial to his 2020 victory:

  • NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist: More independent people think that Biden than Trump poses a bigger threat to democracy.
  • Between Trump and Biden, among suburban women, there is a statistical tie (ABC News/Ipsos).
  • Trump leads Biden by five points (39–34 percent) among Hispanics, according to USA Today/Suffolk University.
  • According to the Wall Street Journal, 11% of black women and 30% of black males want to vote for Trump.

The New York Times: Trump and Biden virtually tie when it comes to individuals aged 18 to 29.
It is likely that Biden will concede the Democratic Party’s dominance at the August DNC. According to a previous report, Democrats could replace Biden at the convention through a three-stage political procedure, but Biden would have to step aside.

Author: Steven Sinclaire

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