Biden Gives Reporters 4-Word Response Amid Pressure to Drop Out

Under mounting pressure from his party to step aside, President Joe Biden told reporters in front of the White House that he intends to remain in the November contest.

“I’m not going anywhere,” Biden told reporters.

During a poor performance in CNN’s debate against former President Donald Trump last week, Biden struggled to clearly answer questions and clarify his plans. Now, Democratic legislators, funders, and analysts have started urging the president to drop out of the race before the convention.

Biden hailed WW2 veterans as heroes who battled for freedom and democracy on the White House lawn. The address was meant to persuade the followers of the president that he is still qualified to challenge Trump. Biden answered reporters on his political future as he concluded his address, stating he was not wavering from the 2024 contest.

“You got me, man. I’m not going anywhere. Alright,” Biden told reporters. “You know, I used to think, when I was a Senator, there was always congestion on the highways. There’s no congestion anymore! We go out on the highway and there’s no congestion!”

He continued, “The way they get me to stop talking, they’ll say, ‘we just shut down all the roads, Mr. President. You’re gonna lose all the votes if you don’t get in,’ but anyway.”

Mediaite reported: “According to multiple reports, Biden spoke with Democratic governors at a private meeting at the White House on Wednesday evening, where he attempted to reassure them about his candidacy.The president told the elected officials that he needed to get more sleep and that his staff have been instructed to avoid scheduling events for him after 8 p.m.”



Biden got some unwanted news from a majority of Americans in a new survey following his terrible debate performance against Trump.

According to a CBS News/YouGov poll released on Sunday, a staggering 72 percent of Americans believe that Biden does not have the “mental and cognitive health to serve as president.”

This marks a 7-point increase from just three weeks ago. In comparison, voters are evenly divided on whether former President Donald Trump has the mental and cognitive capacity for the job, with 50 percent saying he does and 49 percent saying he does not.

According to the survey, an overwhelming number of Americans, including almost half of his own party, believe that the president should not run for reelection.

Overall, 72 percent of respondents told CBS/YouGov that Biden should not seek reelection, and this includes a surprising 46 percent of Democrats.


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