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Former Democratic Senator Chris Dodd appeared to cast doubt on the likelihood of President Biden running for re-election in 2024.

“I’m hoping the president runs for re-election,” Dodd, who served in the Senate along with Biden for 28 years and remains a close friend, told the New York Times this week. “But for whatever reason that might not be the case, it’s hard to believe there would be a short list without Kamala’s name on it. She’s the vice president of the United States.”

The article goes on to state the following:

A recent USA Today/Suffolk University survey showed a 37.8% approval rating for Biden with a 59% disapproval – more than 21 points underwater. Forty-six percent of those included in the survey said Biden has done a worse job than expected, and 64% said they don’t want Biden to run for reelection.


The same survey showed Harris’s approval rating is also underwater, with only a 27.8% approval rating, and a 51.2% disapproval rating.

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9 COMMENTS

  1. It really doesn’t matter ,the ONLY,ONLY,ONLY way either would win is to cheat,cheat, cheat,,,,kinda like they did in 2020

  2. Biden ran for POTUS several times before being SELECTED. Up until this last time, even the Dems didn’t want him as a candidate. Everyone on both sides of the aisle knew he wasn’t capable, even years ago.
    Without the election fraud and the liberal hate of Trump, Brandon wouldn’t be but a footnote in American history.
    FJB Let’s go Brandon and FKH too.

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