What Joe Biden’s plans are for the 2024 presidential election has long been the source of speculation, with many assuming that he won’t make the customary bid for a second term due to his advanced age.
But according to a new report it appears Biden may very well be preparing to run again in 2024.
As The Hill reports:
“I don’t think there’s any reason to say that he won’t,” said one longtime adviser to the president.
Another Biden ally added that Biden hasn’t told associates that he wouldn’t be running again.
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“So we all assume that he is,” the ally said, “contrary to this sentiment that he’ll be a one-term president because of his own volition.” …
In an interview with “Axios on HBO” in November, Valerie Biden Owens, Biden’s sister who has advised Biden since the start of his political career, said her brother “absolutely” would run for a second term.
Biden is already holds the record for oldest individual ever to be sworn in as President of the United States at 78, in 2024 he’ll be 82 meaning if he would theoretically finish his second term at an astonishing 86 years of age.