President Biden has made a startling announcement to none other that Rev. Al Sharpton.
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Now whether or not Biden remembers even meeting Rev. Al Sharpton recently is up for debate, good thing we have pictures to prove the meeting. But Al Sharpton is making shocking comments about what Biden told him that day.
CNBC reports.In a private conversation at the White House last month, President Biden told Rev. Al Sharpton that he would seek a second term. Later that day, Sharpton informed his National Action Network staff.
“I’m going to do it again,” Biden said as he posed for a photograph with Sharpton, who is also an MSNBC host, in the Roosevelt Room, according to a NAN official who recounted Sharpton’s description. “I’m going.”
Biden has shied away from stating unequivocally whether he will run for re-election, if only to avoid triggering campaign-finance reporting laws. The remarks he made to Sharpton at the end of a meeting with leaders of several of the nation’s most prominent civil rights organizations indicate he will run again.
While Biden wants to seek a second term, his democrat allies are of a different opinion.
Next news network previously reported. The New York Times/Siena College poll was of 849 registered voters nationwide from July 5-7. They may have noticed that their Fourth of July celebration cost more this year, or that they couldn’t travel to visit family this year due to exorbitant gas prices, because, based on the poll, only 13% of Americans believe the country is heading on the right track.
“Just 26% of Democrat voters said in the poll that the party should renominate Biden in 2024.” Among the youngest voters polled, those under 30, 94 percent want a different choice in 2024.
It is bad when normal every day Democrats are rejecting the president, and we know that Biden has alienated 74 million Americans recently so his hopes of being re-elected again are slim to none.
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