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Biden thinks he is the only Democrat candidate who can ‘beat’ Donald Trump

Joe Biden sees himself as the only Democrat who can “beat” Donald Trump in the 2024 election, it is claimed.

The 80-year-old president regularly reminds people that he is the only person to beat Trump, and he remains convinced that he is the man who will repeat that feat in 2024, The New York Times reported.

Biden previously called himself a one-term transitional president who would bridge the gap between the chaos of the Trump years and the emergence of a younger Democratic successor.

But he has since announced a plan to run again in 2024, despite already being the oldest president in US history.

“Why would he get out now?” presidential historian Douglas Brinkley told Biden’s Politico. “He has no clear successor and what matters here is Trump. Joe Biden is seen as the killer of Donald Trump and many Democrats think he can do it again.”

“He was not my first or second choice for president, but I am a convert,” Rep. Pramila Jayapal, head of the Progressive Caucus, said of the president. “I never thought I’d say this, but I think he should run for another term and finish this agenda that we’ve put together.”

Unlike the GOP, which has a wealth of potential 2024 candidates, both MAGA and centrists, Biden has no clear successor. His Vice President Kamala Harris is doing poorly in the polls, with many center Democrats averse to the party’s far-left turn on social issues.

Trump announced last week that he will run for president again despite a poor midterms showing for MAGA candidates he supported.

He will likely face stiff competition from GOP golden boy Ron DeSantis, who comfortably won re-election as Florida governor earlier this month.

DeSantis is widely seen as pushing Trump’s popular policies, but without the ex-president’s divisive persona that repelled petty conservatives and centrist swing voters.

Joe Biden sees himself as the only Democrat who can ‘beat’ Donald Trump in the 2024 presidential election

Donald Trump announced last week that he will run for president again

Donald Trump announced last week that he will run for president again

Donald Trump announced last week that he will run for president again

Biden has said his “intention” is to run again.

He, first lady Jill Biden and their children Hunter and Ashley are spending Thanksgiving together on Nantucket, where one of the talking points will be whether or not Biden should run for the White House again.

“I hope Jill and I get some time to really slip away for a week — between Christmas and Thanksgiving,” he said of conversations the family is having earlier this year.

“And I suspect we’ll make that judgment early next year,” he added.

Meanwhile, multiple Democrats told CNN they are more convinced than ever that Biden is their best bet to beat Trump, who announced last week that he is running for president again.

The Democrats did better than expected in the midterm elections. They held on to the Senate and the Republicans barely won a majority in the House instead of getting a red seat wave as predicted.

“This win belongs to Joe Biden,” Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren said on NBC’s Meet the Press after that election.

Biden, whose approval rating averages around 40, has been criticized for high inflation that has increased the cost of living. But he is led to blame the COVID pandemic and the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

Gas prices are starting to fall and inflation is starting to ease – although many economists are concerned that the country could slide into recession next year.

But Democrats said they believe they misjudged Biden’s appeal to voters.

In addition, in the wake of the midterm elections, the number of Democratic voters who believe Biden could win in 2024 has risen to 71 percent, a double-digit increase from the 60 percent who believed so in August, a new poll finds. from USA TODAY/Ipsos. found it.

But Biden also turned 80 on Sunday. He is the oldest president ever elected and if he ran again in 2024 and won, he would be 86 at the end of a second term.

Questions remain about his age and condition.

So the president is in good health and has an active lifestyle. That’s from the doctor — he shared that with me,” White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre told reporters Tuesday when asked about Biden’s health following the milestone birthday.

“He will undergo a physical examination in the coming months and the results will be released in the same manner as last year,” she said.

But his advancing years have led to concerns that if Trump is not the nominee, Biden could run into trouble against a younger GOP opponent, such as Florida Governor Ron DeSantis.

“I’m still waiting, and I think a lot of people are,” Democratic Representative Ann McLane Kuster told CNN about Biden, noting that she’s been “a Biden fan ever since she was pregnant with my son, who just passed away.” sworn to the New York Bar.’

Meanwhile, Trump, who announced last week that he will make another presidential bid, may also face questions about his age. He’s 76.

He is also likely to face a Republican primary in 2024. The former president would be 82 when he leaves office if he wins a second term.

THE BIDEN FAMILY ARRIVE: (From left) President Joe Biden, First Lady Jill Biden, Ashley Biden, Melissa Cohen, baby Beau Biden, and Hunter Biden step off Air Force One Tuesday night for their Nantucket Thanksgiving break

THE BIDEN FAMILY ARRIVE: (From left) President Joe Biden, First Lady Jill Biden, Ashley Biden, Melissa Cohen, baby Beau Biden, and Hunter Biden step off Air Force One Tuesday night for their Nantucket Thanksgiving break

THE BIDEN FAMILY ARRIVE: (From left) President Joe Biden, First Lady Jill Biden, Ashley Biden, Melissa Cohen, baby Beau Biden, and Hunter Biden step off Air Force One Tuesday night for their Nantucket Thanksgiving break

“Biden’s age will likely remain a topic of debate, but with Trump now in the race – who is only four years his junior – it will be difficult for Republicans to argue that Biden’s age matters but Trump’s does not,” said David Greenberg. a professor of history and journalism at Rutgers University and media studies and an expert on American political and cultural history, told DailyMail.com.

When Trump announced his 2024 presidential run, he said ignored Republican critics and those who blamed him for the GOPis disappointing intermediate to state in full force his intention to be back in the Oval Office to “drain the swamp” while the land is “destroyed for our lives.”

He used his speech to attack President Biden, the “radical left” Democrats, and their record on the economy and world stage in the two years since he left office.

“To make America great and glorious again, today I’m announcing my candidacy for the presidency of the United States,” he affirmed to great cheers before addressing the FBI raid, the “fake” dossier, “the deep state’ and lobbyists.

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