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Fox News host rules out Biden’s 2024 nomination

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The Democratic Party of the United States will not allow the incumbent President Joe Biden to be elected for another presidential term in 2024. The corresponding statement was made on August 3 during a television broadcast by Fox News host Karl Rove.

“The Democrats are done with President Biden. Democrats are not stupid enough to nominate someone at the age of 82 who already can barely connect two sentences, ”he said.

According to the presenter, among the Democrats there will definitely be someone who will offer to choose a new leader in order for the country to “come forward and run.” According to Rove, such a proposal will be supported.

On the eve of the former head of the New York City Council, Democrat Andrew Stein, in an article for the New York Post, wrote that US President Joe Biden did not fulfill his campaign promises and put the country in a difficult position, it was time for him to elegantly resign.

In addition, there are concerns about the president’s physical health and cognitive fitness.

Earlier, on July 31, political commentator Peter Baker, in an article for the New York Times, expressed the opinion that the re-quarantine of US President Joe Biden would seriously worsen his rating and undermine Democrats’ efforts to maintain leadership after the fall elections. Necessary for him after a series of foreign trips to improve the position of the Democrats in the run-up to the midterm congressional elections, he said.

Voters in 44 of the 50 US states disapprove of the president’s performance, according to a Morning Consult poll released July 18. The reported result leaves Biden noticeably worse off ahead of the midterms than Donald Trump and his party in 2018, analysts added.

Prior to this, on July 10, The New York Times columnist Peter Baker expressed the opinion that Biden was unlikely to be able to run for a second term for health reasons. Age can become an obstacle not only for decision-making, but also for long trips envisaged by the election campaign.

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