If reelected, Joe Biden won't say if he'll serve a full four years

 May 31, 2024

The question of whether or not President Joe Biden will serve a full four-year term if he is reelected in November was posed to him in Pennsylvania on Wednesday. He declined to address the question.

According to a poll conducted by FiveThirtyEight, only 38 percent of Americans had a favorable opinion of Vice President Kamala Harris, as Breitbart reported.

After landing in the Keystone State for his seventh visit in 2024, President Biden posed for what seemed to be a photograph with supporters while standing on the tarmac following his arrival.

Questions From Reporters

A reporter asked him, “President Biden, will you be serving your full four-year term or handing over power to Vice President Harris?”

Biden, pointing to his head with one finger, shouted back, “You’re not hurt, are you?”

“I can’t hear you. Can you approach?” the reporter politely replied.

Biden gave a terse response while maintaining an angry expression on his face.

“Did you fall on your head or something?” he asked:

Fear From Democrats

The topic is being asked at a time when "anxiety has morphed into palpable trepidation" among a dozen Democratic party leaders and operatives, who are reportedly concerned about the possibility of Biden losing the election to former President Donald Trump.

According to a poll conducted by Hart Research, Public Opinion Strategies, and NBC News, nearly three-quarters of voters believe that the nation is "out of control" and on the "wrong track" under the leadership of President Joe Biden.

This is the greatest negative figure for any president that the pollster has ever recorded.


On The Charlie Kirk Show, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich discusses the New York vs. Donald Trump "hush money" trial, what the Trump campaign should do to win in November, and whether Democrats can still nominate Biden as their presidential nominee.

About replacing Biden, Gingrich said: "I think what it looks like is Nancy Pelosi and Barack Obama getting everybody who matters in the party in one room and saying, OK, one of you is about to be the presidential nominee.

"My guess is it'll be the governor of Pennsylvania and the governor of Michigan as a ticket and just saying we're going to impose it and going to the delegates."

"They love Obama vastly more than they love Biden, and they fear Pelosi vastly more than they fear Biden," he said. "I suspect they could pull it off."

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