‘I Don’t Know’: Biden Makes Ambiguous Statement On 2024 Run


Sarah Weaver Social Issues Reporter
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President Joe Biden on Wednesday appeared to cast doubt on whether he would run for president again in 2024.

As Biden finished delivering a speech at the White House Tribal Nations Summit, someone in the crowd shouted “four more years” in the crowd as Biden finishes his speech. (RELATED: Mike Pence Says White House Likely ‘Keeping A Close Eye’ On Twitter Because Musk May Look Into Hunter Biden’s Laptop)

“Oh I don’t know about that,” Biden responded.

Biden said on Nov. 9 that he plans to seek a second term and hopes to make an official announcement in early 2023, but some Democratic operatives have expressed concern that he could lose to younger Republican.

During a Nov. 13 appearance on ABC’s “This Week,” Outgoing House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Biden has “accomplished so much” and should run for reelection in 2024. Democratic Ohio Rep. Tim Ryan, who lost his Senate race in Ohio, has repeatedly said that Biden should not run for a second term.

A September poll found that a majority of Democrats don’t want Biden to run again in 2024, with 56% saying the party should nominate somebody else.