White House reports that Biden wishes to serve until 2029

(MENAFN) In a significant declaration from the White House, Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre confirmed President Joe Biden's determination to seek reelection and serve a full second term if victorious. This affirmation comes amidst mounting pressure from media outlets, prominent Democrats, and major donors urging Biden, following a lackluster performance in recent debates, to consider stepping aside.

During a White House briefing, Jean-Pierre addressed queries about Biden's commitment to continue in office. Responding firmly, she stated, "Yes," indicating Biden's unwavering stance on pursuing another term. Biden himself reinforced this commitment in a recent interview with MSNBC hosts, emphasizing his resolve to stay in the race and defeat his Republican challenger, Donald Trump, in the upcoming election.

Despite calls for Biden to withdraw from the race, reported by sources such as the New York Times, and suggestions from figures like Nobel Prize winner Paul Krugman to pass the torch to Vice President Kamala Harris, Biden remains resolute. Speculation and debate surrounding his leadership have intensified, with Politico recently releasing a poll suggesting a potential electoral loss for Biden against Trump, while indicating that a ticket featuring Hillary Clinton and Kamala Harris could potentially secure victory.

Adding to the intrigue, investigative journalist Alex Berenson has highlighted visits by a neurologist specializing in Parkinson’s Disease to the White House, as evidenced by visitor logs since January. These developments underscore the ongoing scrutiny and speculation surrounding Biden's health and political future, with former President Trump weighing in on the matter, predicting Biden will withstand internal party pressures and remain in the race.



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