Biden Intends to Run for Reelection in 2024

President Joe Biden stated in an interview on Friday that he had not officially decided whether or not to run for office again in 2024, but it is his “intention.”

No Official Decision

Biden stated he has not made a final decision regarding whether or not he will formally run, since, once he does, a “whole set of rules kick in” and he needs to consider himself as a candidate going forward.

The president said the first lady feels what they’re undertaking “is something extremely significant” and he should just not “walk away from it” when questioned on if his spouse, Jill Biden, wants to support a 2024 candidacy.

Oldest President in American President

Biden will turn 80 in November, marking him as the oldest president in American history.

Democrats have mainly vowed to back Biden in 2024 if he runs for re-election. A small number of them voiced concerns Biden wouldn’t be the ideal candidate for the party following a deeply unpopular first term.

With regard to the economy, Americans prefer Republicans.

The poll also revealed Americans favor a GOP-led administration because they believe Republicans to be more beneficial to the economy, particularly at a time when Americans’ top concern is rising prices and inflation.

In the interview on Friday, Capehart told Biden that every poll indicates Americans believe Republicans more when it concerns the economy and the GOP should be in control of Congress.

Biden replied, dismissing the polls, “Firstly, I’m not certain about the poll results. Second, a majority of what we’ve approved so far hasn’t taken effect.”

As a result, Biden said, in the final few weeks before the midterm elections, he has been centered on tackling Democrats’ agenda and encouraging individuals to vote.

He continued by saying he believes it is “a procedure” for Americans to ensure what Democrats have already been saying actually “really is going to take place.”

Republicans, according to the president, “have no agenda other than to knock down the things I’ve been able to do, what we’ve been managed to do,” he stated when asked how they intend to solve Americans’ economic problems.

According to Jamie Dimon, CEO of JPMorgan Chase, the Fed “left it too late and did almost nothing.” It is now “obviously catching up,” signaling the United States will most certainly enter a recession within the next six to nine months.

A recent increase in the chance of a U.S. recession within the next 12 months, from a previous prediction of 65 percent toward a full 100 percent, was made by an economic system run by Bloomberg Economics.

In comparison, Biden tends to emphasize the positive aspects of the economy. For instance, he praised the economy while on a visit to Oregon last week, calling it “solid as hell.”

This article appeared in The Patriot Brief and has been published here with permission.