Biden Informed Obama of His 2024 Intentions

President Biden is rumored to have informed his previous boss that he plans to run for president again in 2024. 

In a report published on Tuesday, two assertions indicated Biden informed former President Obama that he intends to run for president again.

Biden also believes he is the only Democratic candidate capable of defeating former President Trump if he seeks the Republican presidential nomination in 2024. 

Confident in His Chances

A source for The Hill informed the D.C.-based publication, “Biden wants to run for president, and he’s definitely letting everyone know.” 

“I believe he thinks he is the only person capable of defeating Trump.”

According to the insider, “I don’t feel he believes there is someone in the Democrat Party who can win the presidency, and that is by far the most important point.” 

The Hill also pointed out Biden has spoken publicly about his ambitions for the year 2024.

According to David Muir of ABC, he is “a great respecter of fate.” Fate has interfered in Biden’s life countless times, according to a December interview.

It is possible for Biden to run again if his health is as excellent as it is right now.

Biden responded to Muir’s question on a possible rematch with Trump by saying, “I think you’re trying to tempt me right now.” 

“Sure, I don’t see why I wouldn’t run against Donald Trump if he were to be the nominee,” Biden continued. “That would boost the likelihood of me running for president.” 

The news comes at a time when Biden’s popularity among the American people is at an all-time low, according to polling data. 

Polls and Ratings

On April 13, two significant polls found Biden continues to be unpopular with the majority of the population. 

According to a poll conducted by Quinnipiac University, “Biden’s approval rating has fallen to a new low of 38 percent overall, with 53 percent disapproval.”

When it comes to the economy, “only 35 percent of voters approved of Biden’s handling of the economy, with 60 percent disapproving,” the poll revealed.

When it comes to foreign policy, the commander-in-chief receives slightly more support from voters.

40 percent of the respondents endorsed his dealings with the Russian invasion, compared to 49 percent who disapproved. 

Round two against Donald Trump may not be the stroll in the park that President Biden expects it to be.

According to a Harvard/CAPS poll issued in late March, Trump would defeat Biden by six points if the two were to square off in the presidential election of 2024.

If Trump were to run against Biden’s vice president, Kamala Harris, the 45th president would defeat her by a margin of 49 to 38 percent.

According to the Harvard/CAPS poll, 12 percent of voters are still unsure. 

Nonetheless, when in Europe, Biden told local reporters he would be “extremely fortunate” if he were to face Trump in the presidential election.