Why Joe Biden Decided to Announce 2024 Reelection Campaign So Early

2024 reelection campaign

After previously suggesting he might only serve one term, President Joe Biden formally announced his 2024 reelection campaign Tuesday, becoming the de facto Democratic nominee, which is expected to unite around him despite concerns about his age.

He pledged to continue his “battle for the soul of America” in a three-minute video in which he positioned himself as a champion of personal freedom.

He expressed opposition to the “MAGA extremists” who are “lining up to take on … bedrock freedoms,” citing threats to Social Security, abortion bans, book banning and attacks on LGBTQ and voting rights.

According to reports last week, Joe Biden would launch his 2024 reelection campaign Tuesday, and the president told reporters Monday he would announce his reelection bid “really soon.”

The Washington Post reported ahead of Biden’s announcement that he will name White House aide Julie Chavez Rodriguez as his campaign manager and Quentin Fulks as her deputy.


“I said when I ran for president four years ago that we are in a battle for the soul of our country, and we still are,” Biden said. “The question is whether we will have more freedom or less freedom, more rights or fewer rights in the years ahead.”


As part of his statement late Monday in advance of the president’s expected announcement on Tuesday, Trump attacked Biden, claiming, “You could take the five worst presidents in American history, and put them together, and they would not have done the damage Joe Biden has done to our nation in just a few short years.” Trump said it is almost impossible for Biden to run for reelection after such a disastrous and failed presidency.

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A poll released last week by the Associated Press/NORC found that 47% of Democrats wanted Biden to run for president in 2024, compared to 26% of respondents overall. However, 81% of Democrats said they would likely support Biden if he ran in a general election.


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