In an interview that was published over the weekend, Representative Carolyn Maloney (D-New York), who serves as the chairperson of the House Committee on Oversight and Reform, stated that President Joe Biden does not intend to seek a second term in office.
The comments were made by Maloney during an interview at the beginning of the month with the Editorial Board of The New York Times. These comments come at a time when recent polling reveals that an overwhelming majority of Americans are apprehensive about Biden’s mental ability to do the job.
CAROLYN MALONEY CLAIMS SHE HAS THE INTEL THAT JOE BIDEN WHO CLAIMED HE IS A TWO TERM PRESIDENT WILL NOT BE RUNNING FOR A SECOND TERM!
WHO IS CORRECT?
— James deprato (@deprato_james) August 14, 2022
When asked, “Should President Biden run again,” Maloney responded, “Off the record, he’s not running again.” The Times immediately responded, “Not off the record. On the record.” “On the record?” Maloney responded. “No, he should not run again.”
This week, it was revealed by Bloomberg News that President Joe Biden was preparing to launch his re-election campaign following the upcoming midterms. Despite the fact that polls have unearthed that even an astounding majority of Democrats, 75%, are opposed to him running again.
White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre gave the impression that Joe Biden is running for president in 2024 in response to a question about whether he “intends to run in 2024” that she was asked during an appearance on ABC’s “The View” last month.
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“So let me just say this, and the president has been asked this question multiple times. So have I,” she said. “The president intends to run in 2024. That is something that he, again, has said multiple times. It is so far away right now. It is a long time away, and what we are going to focus on, on how we can continue to deliver for the American public today, and the next day and what we have been doing for the past 18 months. I will say this from the same survey that you are reading off of, and that is that the president wins a head-to-head matchup against Donald Trump.“
Earlier this month, during a debate for the Democratic primary against Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-NY), Maloney stated that she did not believe Biden would run again. The next day, she issued an apology for her statement.
“Mr. President, I apologize,” Maloney said on CNN. “I want you to run. I happen to think you won’t be running, but when you run or if you run, I will be there 100%. You have deserved it.”
“You are a great president, and thank you for everything you’ve done for my state and all the states and all the cities in America,” she added. “Thank you, Mr. President.”
This has to be a joke from Maloney, right? Who has been a terrific president? Biden? The same president that even the majority of his party doesn’t want to run? Actually, he should run for president again; nothing would be sweeter than reality dawning on him and his lackey when he loses.