Controversy Surrounding Biden’s 2024 Bid Grows, That Will Leave You Speechless

Former California Governor Jerry Brown has expressed doubt over President Biden’s ability to win the White House in 2024. Brown suggested that Biden’s chances of winning a second term depending on what the alternatives are.

A recent Monmouth University poll found that 44% of Democrats and Democratic-leaning voters believe the president should step aside and allow someone else to run as the Democratic Party’s standard-bearer.

Only a quarter of respondents said that Biden should seek re-election, and 30% said they had no preference.

While Biden’s job approval rating has mostly held steady for more than a year, it currently stands at 44% approve vs. 56% disapprove in the latest Fox News national survey.

Given his recent missteps, including his handling of the Afghanistan withdrawal and his administration’s spending habits and rampant inflation, it’s hard to say whether he can overcome his challengers to win the White House a second time.

The Democrats need someone with fresh ideas and energy to lead the party forward, and Biden may not be the best person for the job.

While he has yet to announce his official intention for the 2024 presidential race, he has already been challenged by two Democratic primary challengers, spiritual advisor and author Marianne Williamson and Robert F. Kennedy Jr.

It’s clear that the Democrats need to find someone who can energize the party and appeal to a broad base of voters if they hope to win the White House in 2024.