United States President Joe
BidenToday, at his first press conference since taking office, he said he intends to run for re-election in 2024, prompting follow-up questions because in his 2020 presidential campaign he said he would be president for one term if selected.
He said, “My plan is to run for re-election. This is my expectation.” Biden, Who was 78 years old was the oldest American president at the time of taking office.
Comments from Biden They are the furthest he has reached to express his intention to compete again, although he has not made any firm promises.
He said, “I said it was my expectation.” Biden Later in response to a follow-up question from CNN’s Caitlan Collins, who was seeking clarification.
“Look, I don’t understand where I come from. I respect my ability very much. I never could plan with certainty four and a half years ago, three and a half years in advance.” Biden, Frustrated by the pressure of his re-election plans.
Biden He also said that if he runs again, he hopes that Vice President Kamala Harris will be the Vice President. He said, “I really hope this is the case.” “She’s doing a great job. She’s a great partner.”
Biden He said in his campaign that he would be a “transitional candidate” who would be a bridge for a younger generation of leaders.