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President Biden sees himself as the Democrat with the best chance of beating Donald Trump, with a recent poll showing a majority of Democrats don’t want him to be the party’s nominee in 2024. He is f



Vice President Biden believes he has the best chance of defeating Republican nominee Donald Trump in the general election.

A recent poll found that a majority of Democrats don’t want him to be the party’s nominee for president in 2024.

As a result of the inability of his party to protect abortion rights and address climate change, he is dealing with record-high inflation, a turbulent political and media environment, as well as deep frustration within his own party.

It’s understandable that many are looking for alternatives in two years as Democrats face a tough midterm election where they could lose control of both the House and the Senate.


However, the same New York Times/Siena College poll that had bad news for Biden also showed that if the next presidential election were held today, he would still beat Trump 44 percent to 40 percent.

A Biden vs. Trump rematch is “pretty clear” as the strongest argument for Biden’s 2024 candidacy, says a Democratic strategist.

According to a Times poll, Biden’s approval rating fell to a low of 33%, and the majority of Democrats prefer someone else to run for president in 2024.

In spite of the poll showing Biden ahead of Trump, a top Democrat donor said that the poll results are “giving [President Trump] some life,” which he “really needs.”


There are so many people who think he’s doomed, but when you put it in those terms…when you see he’s the only one who could win, we’d be crazy not to rally around him. Because no one else is around.

Because of Trump’s shocking victory over Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton in 2016, Biden decided to run for president in 2020 to bring an end to his term as President of the United States. Biden, who served as vice president for eight years, decided not to run for president in 2020 when Hillary Clinton was the presumed nominee of the Democratic Party.

Considering Biden’s political woes, Democrats face a tricky situation in 2024.

Biden, who will be 81 years old in 2024, is viewed with skepticism by many in the Democratic Party. As a result, the president’s political standing is in shambles among young people.


However, there are doubts about all of the 2024 hopefuls as well. In the event that Trump runs for a second term, there is no guarantee that he will win the Republican nomination in 2024, but there are Democrats who see Biden as a strong candidate to take on Trump in the event that he does.

Ex-Hillary Clinton aide Zac Petkanas said, “I thought the only relevant number in that was that Joe Biden beat Donald Trump,” in reference to the New York Times poll.

An historic anomaly would be the president taking on the former president who defeated him for the presidency in a Biden-Trump matchup.

A second Trump term is “larger than anything else” for Princeton University history and public affairs professor Julian Zelizer, despite Democrats’ frustration with the administration.


As Trump appears to be moving closer to announcing a second presidential run, the Times poll couldn’t have come at a better time for Biden.

It appears that Trump intends to announce a second run for the White House, and the only question remaining is whether he will do so before or after November’s midterm elections.

According to recent polls, Trump still holds a commanding lead among Republican voters, despite the Jan. 6 report and other investigations.

Pre-midterm elections, announcing Trump’s candidacy would be a huge boost for Democrats, who need to energize their base.


In the words of Jim Kessler, executive vice president for policy at the Third Way think tank, “Trump is like a steroid boost for Democrats.” According to some, “He’s the most despised politician in the United States, especially among Democrats.”

Democratic turnout is expected to be low in November, but a Trump reelection announcement could boost enthusiasm among the party’s core supporters.

At times, Biden hinted that he would enjoy a rematch with Donald Trump. In an interview with Israel’s Channel 12 earlier this week, he said he would “not be disappointed” if another Trump-Biden showdown occurred.

According to a Democratic strategist who has worked on previous presidential campaigns, “Biden greatly benefits from a Trump run,” he said. “We have a picture of what it looks like.” We’ve figured out the arguments. If Biden runs, Trump’s base will be energized even if he doesn’t. For Biden, this is the best-case scenario.


Despite this, a political strategist warned that Biden’s use of the “I’m the only one who can beat Trump” card could put him in a bind.

As a political strategist put it, “They’re setting up an interesting box if Trump decides not to run or he can’t run.” An argument like this “deemphasizes his strength with other Republican candidates, including [Florida governor] Ron DeSantis,” says the author of this piece.

A Marquette Law School poll released at the end of March found that Biden would defeat Trump, DeSantis, and former Vice President Mike Pence by a margin of four or five points each in the 2024 presidential race. It was, however, about 10 points higher than it is now for Biden.

Voters have soured on Biden’s presidency as a result of the high inflation that has accompanied his term in office. President Trump’s 39 percent approval rating is the worst since World War II’s end at this point in a president’s term, according to FiveThirtyEight earlier this week.


In spite of this, supporters of Joe Biden say he has a better chance of regaining his popularity as the economy improves in the United States than Trump does.

A “soft landing” is expected at some point in the future and “he’s got room to grow,” said Kessler.

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