The Democrats' Witch-Hunt Against Conservatives Just Ramped Up
The First Black Swan
John Fetterman Sips a Soda While Unapologetically Standing By Israel When Confronted By...
Some of the Reactions to O.J. Simpson's Death Were Wild
Hamas Just Made a Major Announcement...And the Media Is Nowhere to be Found
OJ's Death Permits Racism
What it Takes to be a Good Black Politician or Pundit
The Importance of US-Iraq Relations
Crippling Cyberattack Brings U.S. HealthCare System to a Halt
Trans Activists On The Wrong Side of History
The America First Approach Offers HOPE, Support for Women and Children
The Empire Strikes Again – in Ethiopia
The Threat of Modern School Counselors in Public School
Trump Snaps At Hostile Reporter Who Questioned His Abortion Stance
Dem Denver Mayor: 'We Want to Be a Welcoming City' for Illegal Immigrants
Tipsheet

The Sharks Are Circling As Biden Delays Re-Election Bid

AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite, File

As President Joe Biden continues to delay his re-election announcement and the launch of his 2024 campaign, other Democrats are itching to test the waters with a potential challenge. 

Advertisement

For months, California Governor Gavin Newsom has indicated he's interested in challenging Biden. He's also taken on former President Donald Trump and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis.

Over the weekend, West Virginia Democratic Senator Joe Manchin again indicated he could also enter the race. 

Biden, who is 80-years-old, has repeatedly claimed he plans to run again and is reportedly gathering his closest allies and frenemies for an impending announcement in the coming weeks. 

Advertisement

"U.S. President Joe Biden's team is moving to tap top Democratic allies and even some people once seen as possible rivals as key representatives of his expected re-election bid," Reuters reports. "The move by White House political officials and other allies to sign on high-profile spokespeople, which is typical for parties moving into the frenzy of campaign season, shows Biden is headed towards a formal re-election announcement now expected in April, though the date could slip." 

Join the conversation as a VIP Member

Recommended

Trending on Townhall Videos

Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement