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Jill Biden said Joe is ready to run we only need to decide where and when

Jill Biden said Joe is ready to run we only need to decide where and when

Jill Biden said Joe is ready to run we only need to decide where and when

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Jill Biden, the vice president’s wife, confirmed to the Associated Press that her husband, Joe Biden, will seek reelection and that all that remains is to set a date and location.

In an interview with the Associated Press on Friday, the first lady confirmed that her husband would seek reelection and that the only remaining question was when and where the announcement would be made.

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Jill Biden, during a five-day trip through Africa, gave an interview to the Associated Press where he claimed to have more work to do and emphasized his tendency to not finish what he started.

It has been reported that the president, who would be 86 years old at the end of a second term, has been quietly preparing the groundwork for a run for reelection.

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Joe Biden’s announcement, according to presidential aides, will come sometime after the first fundraising quarter ends in April. He was rumored to be close to announcing his re-election bid in January, after returning from a family vacation during which he could have discussed the matter with his loved ones.

Jill was quoted by the AP as saying, Because she is his wife, in response to a question about whether or not she was influencing the president’s decision to run for reelection. She also mentioned that As a married couple, of course, he’ll listen to his wife.

According to a January poll by Rasmussen Reports, only 33% of likely U.S. voters support Biden running for reelection in 2024. Five-fifths of those surveyed felt he should not seek reelection as president.

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