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Biden ‘breaks’ hearts, debunks ongoing rumor



Biden 'breaks' hearts, debunks ongoing rumor

In a decisive move to quell growing speculation about his commitment to the 2024 presidential race, U.S. President Joe Biden reaffirmed his candidacy during calls with campaign staff and meetings with Democratic lawmakers and governors on Wednesday. This comes in the wake of criticism following a challenging debate performance last week.

Biden, addressing his campaign team via a call, made it clear that he has no intention of stepping down, according to sources familiar with the conversation. “No one is pushing me out. I’m not leaving. I’m in this race to the end,” he asserted, aiming to dispel any doubts about his resolve.

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In a bid to galvanize his supporters, Biden’s campaign also sent out an email blast echoing his steadfastness and calling for financial support to counter his Republican rival, Donald Trump, in the upcoming November election. “I’m in this race to the end,” the email read, urging supporters to “pitch in a few bucks” to help ensure victory.

Biden’s reassurance efforts extended to a virtual and in-person meeting with 24 Democratic governors and the mayor of Washington, D.C. The president sought to fortify his position as the party’s standard-bearer, emphasizing his readiness to lead despite recent setbacks.

Following the meeting, the governors of New York, Minnesota, and Maryland addressed the media, expressing their unwavering support for Biden. Maryland Governor Wes Moore emphasized the loyalty within the party, stating, “The president has always had our backs. We’re going to have his back as well.”

Minnesota Governor Tim Walz, who chairs the Democratic Governors Association, acknowledged Biden’s underwhelming debate performance but reiterated his confidence in Biden’s capability. “Thursday night’s debate performance was bad,” Walz admitted, “but I believe Biden is fit for office.”