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Biden 2024 Looks Increasingly Unlikely


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If I were a Democrat I would want to distance myself from Joe Biden too.

The aging 79 year old has left many in doubt of his capabilities to execute the duties of the Presidential office. Failed policy initiates on nearly every front have made him a near pariah in his own party, and a laughingstock to the GOP.

Andrew Yang recently predicted this:

At the same time Yang is saying this, rumors and reports continue to spread that Hillary Clinton is quietly preparing for a 2024 Presidential run.

The key takeaway is that the vultures wouldn’t be circling if they didn’t smell opportunity, and Joe Biden’s failing Presidency is a ripe opportunity.

You know that, I know that, they know that, he knows that—everyone knows that.

Here are more hints that Biden won’t be the 2024 front runner:

Just The News reports that Andrew Yang believes:

“Joe’s weakness has continued,” wrote Yang, noting Biden’s sinking approval numbers, failure to move signature pieces of legislation, and questionable ability to face off against Donald Trump.

“Deference to Joe is dissipating,” wrote Yang, who added that there appears to be hesitation from a number of significant DNC donors who are contemplating “sitting out the next cycle until they knew what/who they were backing.”

 

According to Conservative Brief:

Specifically, Posobiec, formerly with One America News, said Clinton is already putting together a campaign apparatus.

“Hillary Clinton – mark my words – is putting together a potential exploratory campaign to either primary Joe Biden – I’ve been reporting on this at Human Events for over a month, now – to either primary him or run if he does not run,” he told the Breitbart News Daily podcast with special guest host Jerome Hudson.



 

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