US President Joe Biden looked puzzled when asked in a new interview if his wife, Jill Biden, wanted him to run for re-election in 2024.
The President of the United States said that he has not yet made the official decision, but that he intends to start over.
When MSNBC presenter Jonathan Kephart asked him if his wife supported the decision, there was a long and awkward silence. Biden looked down at the ground in an interview that aired Friday night, then said,
My wife thinks I’m doing it, that we’re doing something very important.
Biden: “I intend to run again.”
Q: Is Dr. Biden with her?
Q: Mr. President?
Biden: “Dr. Biden thinks that ah, my wife thinks that uh, that I uh, this, that we, that we are doing something very important.”
– RNC Research (RNCResearch) October 21 2022
Biden, 79, will be 86 at the end of his term if re-elected in 2024. He has yet to officially announce another run, as Democrats worry about his ability to vote and his mental state given his advanced age.
Nearly two-thirds of Americans, including a majority of Democrats, say they are at least “somewhat concerned” about President Biden’s mental health, according to Issues & Insights released earlier this month. who wiped it.
The US President was recently during a briefing on disaster prevention lostwith what Attracted the attention of the media and criticsAnd, earlier at a conference, he publicly searched for Jackie Wallorsky, the Indiana congressman who died in a car crash in August, and appeared to be He forgot that he is no longer alive.
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