Joe Biden will officially run for re-election in 2024

Joe Biden announces his candidacy for the presidency of the United States in 2024


President Joe Biden has announced that he will run for re-election in 2024, paving the way for a possible rematch against its predecessor, Donald Trump.

Biden has framed next year's race as a fight against Republican extremism, will praise the record as "the most pro-union of the United States" in remarks to union members on Tuesday.

"When I ran for president four years ago, I said we were in a battle for the soul of America. And we're still fighting it," Biden says. in the video, which begins with footage of the Capitol uprising on Nov. 6. January, 2021, and human rights activists. Anti-abortion protest in front of the Supreme Court of the United States.

The latest CNN poll, including a new CBS poll, shows that the President Joe Biden's approval rating among all adults is 41%, with 56% disapproving.

A new CBS News poll adds to a growing number of polls that show Biden enters his re-election campaign with lukewarm support within his own party, fueled in large part by concerns about your age.

However, the poll also found that a majority of Democrats Democratic-leaning independents who plan to vote in the U.S. primary. next year they would consider endorsing Biden for the nomination.

Taken in the days leading up to Biden's announcement, the CBS poll reveals that 55% of Democrats and Democratic-leaning independents said Biden should run, while 45% said no.

Competing with him on the Democratic side, for now, is a self-help author and a A man whose last name continues to mark the history of American politics.

Marianne Williamson, 70, known as a self-help writer who became a spiritual advisor to Oprah Winfrey, entered the world of politics in 2014 when she ran unsuccessfully as an independent candidate for represent California in the House of Representatives.

Robert F. Kennedy Jr., 69, is a well-known anti-vaccine activist, grandson of assassinated President John F. Kennedy and son of Robert F. Kennedy, former prosecutor United States general and presidential candidate, assassinated in 1968.

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