Publish dateFriday 5 July 2024 - 11:10
Story Code : 293020
Despite Trump's lead in the polls; US President Joe Biden said on Wednesday in a conversation with the members of his election campaign, emphasizing that he will continue to participate in the 2024 presidential election: "I am the candidate of the Democratic Party. "No one will kick me out."
Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) - International Service: Following the publication of reports about the demand of the majority of members of the Democratic Party for him to withdraw from the 2024 presidential election race, he announced that he has no intention of resigning.
Also, in an email sent by his campaign, Biden has said that he will stay in the US presidential race until the end.
Biden's poor performance in the debate with Donald Trump has fueled many questions about the continued candidacy of the 81-year-old.
Reuters announced in a report that Biden had a conversation with 24 Democratic governors and mayors from around the United States on Wednesday evening. Among the people with whom Biden has spoken are California Governor Gavin Newsom and Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer. Newsom and Whitmer have been mentioned as potential candidates for the Democratic nomination if Biden withdraws.
Maryland Governor Wes Moore told reporters after the meeting with Biden: "The president has always wanted us, and we will support him."
Some sources in the White House have reported the conversation between the President of the United States and senior members of the Democratic Party, including the Senate Majority Leader, the House Minority Leader, and influential senators.
After Biden's debate with Trump, concerns about his physical fitness to lead the country and his ability to win the election have increased.
"Absolutely not," White House spokeswoman Karin Jean-Pierre said Wednesday when asked if Biden was considering dropping out of the race.
According to Tasnim, earlier Reuters had announced in a report that one out of three Democrats want Biden to step down and someone else replace him in the election race.
The results of 2 polls released on Wednesday show that Donald Trump is now ahead of Joe Biden with 48% approval rating compared to 42-43% of his Democratic rival.
Another factor that complicates Biden's situation in this race is the request of some donors to the Democratic Party and some representatives of this party to withdraw Biden from the presidential race. In the last case, Raul Graiola from Arizona called for Biden's withdrawal from the election race in a conversation with the Democratic members of Congress.
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