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U.S. Elections

WH denies report Biden may drop out, Hill Dems consider demanding he go

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Call it the reassurance tour 2024. President Biden is going to meet with top Democratic governors and congressional leaders, do a network TV interview and make campaign stops in Wisconsin and Pennsylvania. This week could either save his candidacy or be the final nail in the coffin.

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The New York Times reported that Biden told a key ally that he knows he may not be able to salvage his candidacy if he cannot convince the public in the coming days that he is up for the job.  

“The conversation is the first indication to become public that the president is seriously considering whether he can recover after a devastating performance on the debate stage in Atlanta on Thursday,” the Times report said.

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Both the White House and Biden campaign said the report is false. 

“That is false,” Quentin Fulks, the Biden-Harris principal deputy campaign manager, said on CNN. “There are a number of rumors floating out there. The president is in this race to win it. He is the democratic nominee. And from our perspective, we are going to continue to do everything we can to make sure that we’re building a campaign apparatus to reach voters.” 

Bloomberg reported that congressional Democrats in safe districts circulated a letter demanding President Biden withdraw from the race. The report said Biden is rapidly losing support of both Democratic lawmakers and candidates. It is not yet known if the letter will be released.

If the president remains on the ticket, he has his work cut out for him. A leaked Democratic polling memo obtained by Puck News shows Biden’s stumbling debate performance put previously non-competitive states like New Hampshire, Virginia and New Mexico in play for former President Trump. The poll by OpenLabs also found that 40% of Biden’s voters from 2020 believe he should end his campaign.

Multiple outlets are reporting that big Democratic donors may pull their support from Biden. They’re quietly and anonymously considering their options. However, Hollywood mega mogul and Endeavor CEO Ari Emanuel is not being so quiet.

“I talked to a bunch of bid donors and they’re moving all their money to Congress and the Senate,” Emaneul said at the Aspen Ideas forum. “I mean I cannot believe we’re in this situation.”

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Call it the reassurance tour 2024. President Biden is going to meet with top Democratic governors and Congressional leaders, do a network TV interview and make campaign stops in Wisconsin and Pennsylvania. This week could either save his candidacy or be the final nail in the coffin. 

The New York Times is reporting that Biden told a key ally that he knows he may not be able to salvage his candidacy if he cannot convince the public in the coming days that he is up for the job.  

The Times report added: The conversation is the first indication to become public that the president is seriously considering whether he can recover after a devastating performance on the debate stage in Atlanta on Thursday.

Both the White House and Biden Campaign said the report is false. 

Quentin Fulks, Principal Deputy Campaign Manager Manager, Biden-Harris 2024: “That is false. There are a number of rumors floating out there. The President is in this race to win it. He is the democratic nominee. And from our perspective, we are going to continue to do everything we can to make sure that we’re building a campaign apparatus to reach voters.” 

Bloomberg is reporting that Congressional Democrats in safe districts are circulating a letter demanding President Biden withdraw from the race. The report says Biden is rapidly losing support of both Democratic lawmakers and candidates. It is not yet known if the letter will be released. 

If the president does remain on the ticket, he has his work cut out for him. A leaked Democratic polling memo obtained by Puck News shows Biden’s stumbling debate performance putting previously non-competitive states like New Hampshire, Virginia and New Mexico in play for former President Trump. The poll by OpenLabs also found that 40 percent of Biden’s voters from 2020 believe he should end his campaign. 

Multiple outlets are reporting that big Democratic donors may pull their support from Biden. They’re quietly and anonymously considering their options. But Hollywood mega mogul Ari Emanuel is not being so quiet. 

Ari Emanuel, Endeavor CEO: “I talked to a bunch of bid donors and they’re moving all their money to congress and the senate. I mean I cannot believe we’re in this situation. “

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