Incumbent US President Joseph Biden intends to run for a second presidential term in 2024. He told human rights activist and TV presenter Al Sharpton about this.
This information was announced by the NBC channel, citing a source familiar with the situation. It is specified that the conversation took place in September.
In particular, Biden then allegedly said: “I’m going to do it again … I’m going to.”
So far, Biden has officially refrained from giving a specific answer to the question of whether he intends to run for the US presidency a second time.
A poll conducted by The Washington Post and ABC News showed that 56% of Democrats and independent supporters of the Democratic Party would like to nominate another candidate instead of Biden, who will be 82 years old at the time of the election.
If Biden does run for the second time and win the election, he will be 82 at the start of his second term. Given a four-year presidential term, old Joe will remain the head of the United States until he is 86 years old.
Earlier, The Washington Post wrote that Biden’s behavior in public calls into question the possibility of his re-election for a second term. Biden now looks much slower than before. To be convinced of this, it is enough to watch a video of a decade ago and compare them with today’s footage, one of the publication’s materials said.
Source: Вести.Ru by www.vesti.ru.
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