Biden May Not Run for a Second Presidential Term

Less than one year in, Biden’s presidency is not going very well. Months ago, 13 servicemembers lost their lives in an explosion, due to the way Biden chose to evacuate troops from Afghanistan.

Meanwhile, inflation is skyrocketing through the nation, reaching highs not seen in decades. Amid this, the Biden administration is downplaying the matter and declaring this is all just a transitional stage to a stronger economy.

This comes on top of an open southern border, public safety concerns, the supply chain problems, and much more. The polls on Biden’s job performance, his management of issues like the economy, COVID, etc., are not looking good.

Now, there is talk that Biden has no plans to run for a second term in the White House, according to Breitbart News.

Doing America a Favor

Right now, the majority of the country is not happy with Biden and does not believe he has set the United States on the best course. The polls, for months, have revealed increasingly higher disapproval ratings for the president, as his approval ratings get lower and lower.

Amid the series of disasters stemming from Biden’s presidency, Chris Dodd, a former Democrat senator from Connecticut, is announcing the 46th president may be ready to exit stage left once his current term expires.

Dodd told the New York Times although he personally believes Biden should seek another term, there’s a possibility it might not happen. If, in fact, this does turn out to be the case, then, as of now, Vice President Kamala Harris is most likely to be the candidate for the Democrat Party in 2024.

This is remarkable. It’s remarkable because Harris’ approval ratings are even lower than those of Biden’s. No one in the Biden administration is doing a good job or performing admirably for the nation.

A 2024 Win for Republicans

Amid the failure of their own president, the Democrat Party is in disarray. Just earlier this month, they lost control of Virginia after dominating the state for more than a decade. This past year has shown the American public what happens when Democrats have power and it’s not a pretty picture.

For this reason, the American people are rejecting Democrats in droves. As things currently stand, the Republican Party remains highly likely to win the 2022 midterms. If this works out, then a 2024 takeback of the White House by the GOP will likely happen also.

Regarding the White House, there is an abundance of people the Republican Party could nominate in 2024. Just a few names to come up are Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, former UN ambassador Nikki Haley, South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem, and others.

Do you think Biden will run for a second term in the White House during the 2024 presidential election? We want to know what you predict in the comments section below.