Questions Mount On Whether Or Not Biden Will Run In 2024

Joe Biden is the oldest individual ever to be elected as president of the United States. Right now, the 79-year-old commander-in-chief is making a series of poorly thought-out measures and having monstrous impacts on America.

Some examples include Biden’s destruction and negligence regarding the southern border. When Biden got into the White House, he rescinded commonsense border policies implemented during the Trump administration.

Soon after, chaos, human traffickers, drugs, and illegal crossers began making their way over. The Biden administration has failed to clean up the catastrophe they caused. It alone serves as fairgrounds for the president to be impeached and tossed out of office.

However, less than a year into Biden’s current presidential term, there are growing questions about whether or not he’s planning to run again in 2024, as Fox News reports.

In March, the president told reporters he had every intention of running for re-election once the 2024 race rolled around. However, a lot has occurred since March, including the massive decline of approval ratings for Biden.

Right now, the president is barely treading water, polling at a grim 38% nationally. Meanwhile, his approval ratings are down in critical states that will determine the outcomes of next year’s congressional races. For all accounts, Republicans are all lined up to take back the House of Representatives and the Senate.

In the less than one year Biden’s been in office, he’s made an excellent case for why he should not be president. Were it not for Biden, and inflation wouldn’t be eating away at Americans’ earnings and abilities to feed their families.

If Biden had not messed with the southern border, illegal immigration would be under control, and Border Patrol agents wouldn’t be getting put through the wringer. This president, at every single turn, has made a mess of things.

If the 46th president managed to get out his way through his current term, he could very well try for another four years. However, this then highlights whether or not Biden could even win a second term if he tried.

His presidency has engendered a rise in inflation, multiple problems with the supply chain, a rampant increase of drugs and human trafficking at the border, along so much more. There is not much the president could honestly campaign on and cite as a positive accomplishment stemming from his term.

For the sake of America (and even Biden himself), he shouldn’t even try for the presidency again, come 2024.