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More Establishment Democrats Abandoning Biden for 2024 (VIDEO)


The prospect of a Joe Biden 2024 presidential run is increasingly grim, as senior establishment House Democrats declined to support the White House resident.

Reps. Jerry Nadler and Carolyn Maloney, two establishment liberals who chair powerful committees and are competing for a Manhattan-area House seat, declined to back Biden when asked in a televised debate whether the incumbent should run again.


AP News reported:

Nadler, who chairs the House Judiciary committee, said: “Too early to say. Doesn’t serve the purpose of the Democratic Party to, to deal with that until after the midterms.”

Maloney, who chairs the Oversight committee, said, “I don’t believe he’s running for reelection.”

Their comments follow West Virginia moderate Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin, who declined Sunday to endorse the president for a second term, saying he wouldn’t get into it.

New York Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, who is more progressive than Nadler, Maloney and Manchin, also demurred when asked in a June CNN interview to say whether she would support Biden running in 2024.

Last month, Minnesota Democratic Rep. Dean Phillips said in a radio interview that he didn’t believe Biden should run again and that “the country would be well-served by a new generation of compelling, well-prepared, dynamic Democrats who step up.”

Breitbart noted:

Biden has said he plans to seek reelection. But as the oldest person to have ever assumed the presidency, he has faced persistent questions about whether he will be fit and ready for another race.

Establishment media outlets certainly oppose any Biden bid for reelection.

The New York Times alone has published six articles in six weeks to derail Biden’s reelection bid. New York Magazine’s Ed Kilgore last month wrote a piece titled “Are Democrats Stuck With Joe Biden in 2024?” which slammed the president for not yielding:

If things go as badly as expected for Democrats on November 8, many in the party will be quietly and not so quietly urging the 46th president to retire at the end of his term. But if he stubbornly refuses to pack it in, what then? Are Democrats stuck with Biden-Harris ’24 anyway? Strange to say, but they might be.

Polling shows Biden at odds with his senior leadership and its voter support base.

Only 26 percent of Democrat voters support Biden’s possible return, while 64 percent of Democrat voters prefer a Biden substitute, according to the Times.

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