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Fans doubt Joe Biden as he fights for political survival on the campaign tour.

By ki0nk Jul6,2024
On Friday, hours before the exclusive interview with ABC aired, Joe Biden was everywhere, whether it was discussing foreign or home affairs. He may want to carry on with his campaign, but the Democratic side is doubting him more than ever.
Joe Biden made the highly provocative statement, “I am running and I will win again,” on Friday, July 5, 2024 in Wisconsin, a crucial Great Lakes state.
“I’m still competing. The American president, who has been battling for his political life since a botched debate against his Republican opponent on June 27, said, “I’m going to beat Donald Trump.”
Despite doubts about his ability, given that the US president seemed to be having difficulty adjusting to his advanced age of 81, he expressed a wish to allay Democratic concerns and reassure supporters about his health.
Along with this rally, Joe Biden is really battling for his political life, but he is also attempting to show that he can lead the presidential race to victory with an intense campaign program and a risky interview on ABC.
When journalists asked the 81-year-old Democrat from a distance if he still had what it takes to defeat Donald Trump in November, he simply replied, “Yes,” before taking off for Wisconsin’s north, which will determine the outcome of the election.
The American president is aware that, going forward, every move and tone of voice matters in assuaging the fears of his followers, who have not stopped feeling anxious since his utterly disastrous debate with his Republican predecessor on June 27.
“We will move forward and turn the page,” stated Karine Jean-Pierre, a spokeswoman for the White House.
Americans haven’t seen Joe Biden speak freely and for a prolonged amount of time without a teleprompter since that televised duel.
On Friday, he will have the chance to participate in a Wisconsin-recorded interview with renowned journalist and ABC anchor George Stephanopoulos.
At the conference in Madison, Wisconsin, Joe Biden also demonstrated his enthusiasm. This was the state that, in 2020, he had defeated Donald Trump by a mere 20,682 votes.
“I’m not going anywhere,” he reassured on this Independence Day, Thursday.
His campaign staff is working more harder now. It unveiled a fierce July battle strategy on Friday, which calls for a barrage of TV commercials and trips to all the important states, including the southwest during the Republican convention (July 15–18).
Next week, Joe Biden will also be hosting a NATO leaders’ summit and holding a much-anticipated news conference. He also discussed the conflict between Israel and Hamas on Friday before making remarks regarding the UK Labour Party election.
Democrats are concerned.
Even with this widespread presence, many of his adherents are still skeptical.
On Friday, the Democratic governor of Massachusetts encouraged President Joe Biden, whose mental acuity is coming under increasing scrutiny, to “carefully evaluate” his bid for a second term.
A statement was released by Maura Healy two days after she had seen the president defend his candidacy in front of a group of governors. “In the coming days, I urge him to listen to the American people and carefully assess whether he remains our best hope for defeating Donald Trump,” she wrote.
Viewers are particularly anticipating Biden because he will be going up against journalist George Stephanopoulos, who has intimate knowledge of political communication having worked closely with former Democratic President Bill Clinton both in the White House and during the campaign.
The American president will not be saved, even if he emerges from this exercise with honor, but his chances of winning a second term will be severely limited if he appears to be as unsure of himself and his plans as he was when he faced his Republican opponent last week.
The unsettling disclosures are currently appearing in the American news one after the other.
Joe Biden occasionally has trouble remembering the names of people he has known for a long time, according to a post published on the Axios website on Friday.
This material, which was previously always leaked in secret, has been ignored by Joe Biden’s teams in favor of criticizing the media, especially their current archenemy, the New York Times.
A Trump supporter on X wrote, “Imagine for a second that the New York Times attacks Trump’s fascism with as much vigor as Biden’s age.” The message was later forwarded by a top member of his campaign team.
Joe Biden should drop out of the presidential contest, according to the esteemed daily newspaper’s editorial board.


By ki0nk

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