Jill’s Excuses Could Be The Writing On The Wall For Joe
The Republican Party continued to criticize President Joe Biden’s 2024 viability on Monday after first lady Jill Biden tried to calm concerns in recent days about the president’s delayed reelection launch. The Atlantic’s Mark Leibovich even suggested Monday that a Democrat “mischief–maker” should launch a primary to challenge President Joe Biden’s likely bid for reelection in 2024. Leibovich, a staff writer for the far–left magazine and former correspondent for the New York Times Magazine, argued a prominent Democrat should launch a 2024 primary challenge to Biden “that would anger a bunch of Democrats inside the various power terraria of D.C., starting with the biggest one of all, at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.” According to the Atlantic writer, the potential challenger would receive a “ton of press coverage” by the establishment media.
Joe Biden is ready to announce his reelection campaign according to Jill Biden who spoke with the Associated Press days before the Atlantic article was written. The First Lady tried to put an end to the media’s questioning by saying that Joe Biden will be running for a second term. “How many times does he have to say it for you to believe it?” Jill Biden questioned the media. “He says he’s not done. He’s not finished what he’s started. And that’s what’s important.”
This is not the first time the Republican Party has taken issue with the Democrat Party’s handling of President Biden. Since the deadly Afghan withdrawal, the Republican Party has argued that President Biden’s delayed decision to launch a 2024 campaign was a sign of a lack of leadership. Polls have also highlighted Democrat’s distaste for Biden’s reelection campaign, with only 37 percent of Democrats wanting him to launch a second bid.
Many are also criticizing President Biden’s mental fitness to serve, with 57 percent of Americans and 66 percent of independents doubting his mental capacity. White House spokesman Andrew Bates attempted to quell the media’s concern last week by stating that Biden has “told the country that he intends to run and has not made a final decision.”
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