(Liberty Bell) – George Stephanopoulos, the host of ABC’s “This Week,” stated during an episode of the program that aired on Sunday that according to polling completed by his network, former President Donald Trump defeats Joe Biden in a 2024 presidential run. This is definitely not the kind of news that will thrill the hearts of liberals who are counting on Biden (if he runs for a second term) to prevent them from being exposed to mean tweets from the “orange man” who gives them nightmares.
“You know Donna, Chris Christie says this is slowly moving away from Donald Trump. And I think I actually agree with him. But the polling right now is not really showing that. It’s showing, among Republican voters, he’s holding firm. Our poll shows him defeating Joe Biden in 2024,” Stephanopoulos went on to say, according to Newsmax.
It didn’t take long for the statement by Stephanopoulos to get targeted by other individuals on the left, as former Chair of the Democratic National Committee Donna Brazile, a guest on the show, pushed back on the idea that Trump could beat Biden in the 2024 election.
“Look,” Brazile stated during the show, “Donald Trump — his house of cards is really crumbling down. He’s under investigation just about everywhere. Too bad he’s not in Louisiana. We’ll put him under investigation just for showing up.”
“Donald Trump is, at this point, the major player in the Republican party.” Brazile added.”… Donald Trump has got these candidates into the dance. Now they have to figure out if they know the groove. That’s where Democrats will have an advantage because we have better candidates.”
“The report comes in light of others that Democrats may be pushing for another candidate in the upcoming presidential election. Recently, Dick Morris, an adviser to former President Bill Clinton, said that Democrats would try to run Hillary as a centrist in place of Biden, who ran his 2020 campaign on the moniker as a uniter,'” Newsmax stated.
According to recent aggregate polling from FiveThirtyEight for Monday, a total of 53 percent disapprove of the current president, while 42.7 approve of the job Biden is doing as the commander-in-chief.
And the negative feelings most Americans have for Biden and the job he is doing in the Oval Office is spilling over onto other Democrats who are involved in races for seats in both the House and Senate. As a result, many of them have started to distance themselves from the president, with some going so far as to break from the unified front the party tries to present and offer criticism for many of the policies enacted by the current administration.
“However, Biden’s low approval rating – under 40% per the same poll – as well as policy difficulties faced by his administration on combating inflation and passing divisive legislation and his age have led several prominent Democrats to call for his retirement in 2024. Democratic Rep. Tim Ryan of Ohio, who is running against J.D. Vance in the Ohio U.S. Senate election this November, has suggested that “it’s time for a generational move” when asked about another Biden candidacy,” said the Daily Caller.
“Meanwhile, other Democrats running for office in November have avoided appearing publicly with Biden, fearing that his unpopularity would affect their campaigns. Democratic Lt. Gov. John Fetterman of Pennsylvania and Rep. Val Demings of Florida, both of whom are running for the Senate in their respective states, have been noticeably absent during Biden’s campaign visits to their states,” DC continued.
There’s even been some talk of potential alternatives to run in 2024 instead of allowing Biden to seek reelection. A few of the names on the list of possible replacements include Democratic California Gov. Gavin Newsom, Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg, and Vice President Kamala Harris. Yikes. Any one of those three would be horrible for the job.
Let’s hope the American people have woken up and that we see a diehard conservative head to the White House to help rebuild after the destruction wrought by the Biden administration.
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