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Joe Biden asserts his superiority to defeat Trump in 2024.

By nr39r Jul6,2024

Despite concerns about his physical and mental well-being, the presidential candidate defended his record and abilities during a Wisconsin rally and in an interview with ABC News on Friday.

“There is no one more qualified than me to be president or win this election.” During a Friday interview with ABC News, Joe Biden vehemently dismissed the notion of resigning from the presidential contest. The outgoing president, who is also defying polls that show him losing his predecessor, claimed that since his terrible debate with Donald Trump in late June, he has only heard requests to withdraw from the race “in the press.”

After a rally in front of a thousand supporters, based on his teams‘ count, George Stephanopoulos gave a 20-minute interview with ABC News in the afternoon in Wisconsin. The interview had not been truncated or altered, ABC News assured.

“A cognitive assessment every day”

Not every doubt has been cleared. Joe Biden looked a little more assured, but he was unable to respond when asked if he had seen the June 27 debate again. “I don’t think so,” he answered back. As it was, he disapproved of the concept of performing a cognitive test as he considered the use of power to be a daily “cognitive test.”

“I am the one who proposed a peace plan for the Middle East, which I hope will bear fruit; I expanded NATO; I grew the economy; [..] I increased the defense budget of Japan; I convinced the Koreans to invest in the United States,” the president stated, seemingly his top priority. He did, however, mostly sidestep inquiries about whether he could perform at this caliber for an additional four years.

As a devout Catholic, Joe Biden has acknowledged that only the “Lord Almighty” has the authority to command him to step down, promising that congressional Democrats “will not tell me to get out of the race.” However, one senator is requesting a discussion with his colleagues, and four Democratic congressmen have already urged the president to give up. Hakeem Jeffries, the leader of the Democratic minority in the House of Representatives, also convened a rare meeting with elected officials on Sunday in response to pressure from those officials who are risking their seats in November.

Democratic governor of Massachusetts, Maura Healy, urged Joe Biden, saying, “In the coming days, I urge (Joe Biden) to listen to the American people and carefully assess whether he remains our best hope of defeating Donald Trump.”

Campaign in the rural areas

In an effort to show signs of life, the Democratic contender is running a “campaign within the campaign” for the course of the US national holiday, July 4. Following the customary fireworks show that family members viewed from the White House balcony, Joe Biden took a plane to Wisconsin in order to give a speech that was well-timed for a rally.

The 20-minute rebuttal, which took place in a middle school gymnasium in Madison, amounted to a few major themes and statements that had been made repeatedly over the previous four days: “I’m not going to let a 90-minute debate erase three and a half years of work,” reiterated Biden.

“Who you voted for doesn’t matter to some folks. He remarked, “They’re attempting to disqualify me from the race. With the aid of a teleprompter that allowed him to have a more confident voice than in his unscripted speeches, he was able to add a little humor (“I know I look 40”) and a reminder of his adversary Donald Trump’s mistakes to balance out the address.

Poor implementation

The Democratic side is making every effort to salvage its candidacy; Joe Biden will make another address on Sunday in Pennsylvania, another crucial state for the presidential election, as part of his attempt to regain the popular vote. Additionally, fresh Nevada rallies and a $50 million advertising campaign were announced on Friday.

No matter how much momentum this weekend gains, the debate in late June will have highlighted the dangers facing an already precarious candidacy. He mentioned that he needed to get more sleep and stay away from activities after 8 p.m. during a meeting with Democratic governors on Thursday.

Donald Trump, meanwhile, made fun of his rival while driving a golf cart. A fresh debate titled “All blows (will be) allowed” for a discussion between “the two of them only on the future of the country” was also suggested by the former president.


By nr39r

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