GUESS What this Democrat Just Said About Biden 2024, We Think You’ll AGREE

There is growing speculation within the Democratic Party about potential challengers to President Joe Biden in the 2024 election. CNN political commentator Kristen Soltis Anderson noted that while Biden can be feisty at times, there are moments when he leaves doubts in the minds of voters who are watching.

Nina Turner, a former Democratic state senator, urged other Democrats to jump into the race and challenge Biden. She argued that voters deserve a choice and a robust debate is necessary to lift the issues people truly need and deserve in this country.

Turner was supported by David Urban, another CNN political commentator, who emphasized the importance of democracy and freedom of choice.

On the other hand, former Biden speechwriter Jeff Nussbaum argued that the message of “new” isn’t necessarily a winning argument. He pointed out that while Nikki Haley and Tim Scott are emphasizing their newness, it’s not enough to win an election.

He believes that Biden’s record speaks for itself, and that he’s done what he said he would do. Marianne Williamson, a spiritual adviser and bestselling self-help author, announced her intention to run in the Democratic primary, adding to the list of potential challengers.

Despite the speculation, the White House has repeatedly stated that it is Biden’s intention to run for re-election in 2024. White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre confirmed this on Feb. 12, and Biden has not officially announced his re-election bid.

It remains to be seen whether any Democratic challenger will gain significant traction against Biden, who remains popular among his party’s base.

However, the speculation surrounding his potential challengers highlights the importance of a robust primary process and democracy in action. Ultimately, it will be up to the voters to decide who will represent the Democratic Party in the 2024 election.