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If the query is being requested, the reply is nearly assuredly “no.” 

That is a reference to an embattled officeholder dealing with inquiries about standing for reelection. Of course, the general public firm line have to be “yes.” Otherwise, the candidate in query turns into the lamest of lame geese instantaneously. The enterprise of governing grinds to a halt as underlings flip into rivals jockeying for place within the succession line. 

Ten months in, such is the sorry state of affairs of the Biden presidency. Even the U.S. House of Representatives passing the administration’s signature legislative precedence couldn’t snap the spell of a dreadful November swoon.  


The month started with Democratic setbacks within the off 12 months elections, and concludes with renewed concern about inflation and better prices of properly, the whole lot, from gasoline (62% greater) to dwelling heating (54% greater) to Thanksgiving meals (14% greater).  

After a weekend of swirling hypothesis in regards to the feasibility of a Joe Biden-led Democratic ticket in 2024, White House press secretary Jen Psaki did her greatest to tamp down the palace intrigue, calling it “his intention” to run for reelection. The assertion mirrors Biden’s personal from March 2021 (merely two months after his inauguration, which says one thing) when he acknowledged, “My plan is to run for reelection.” 


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