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Biden Campaign Spokesperson: ‘Joe Is Not Dropping Out of the Presidential Race — Prepared to Continue’

President Joe Biden is not withdrawing from the presidential race despite his poor debate performance, confirmed Biden campaign spokesperson Seth Schuster to The Hill on Friday.

Calls for Biden to step down are increasing amid Democrat and media hysteria.

Biden, who mumbled and sounded raspy, seemed to lose track of his thoughts several times. Even during his prepared closing statement, Biden did not deliver without error.

A CNN flash poll of debate watchers on Thursday found that sixty-seven percent believed Trump emerged as the winner of the debate.

New York Times columnist Tom Friedman, who is Biden’s personal friend, called for him to drop out of the race, “I watched the Biden-Trump debate alone in a Lisbon hotel room, and it made me weep,” he wrote.

“Democrats need a new nominee,” associate editor of the Financial Times Edward Luce flatly said.

Former Democrat senator and current MSNBC contributor Claire McCaskill suggested that Biden should be replaced with either Governor Gavin Newsom or Vice President Kamala Harris:

Listen, nobody is a bigger fan of Kamala Harris than I am and, you know, Gavin Newsom did a remarkable job tonight … but those two people are signaling to a whole lot of Americans that are paying attention, how come they’re not running? How come the Democratic Party doesn’t have them at the top of the ticket instead of using them to shore up what have become, after tonight, some pretty glaring weaknesses in our president?

Top editors at Politico detailed a three-step political plan in February to substitute Biden with another candidate on the Democratic ticket for 2024.

That process would include:

  • Biden Must Voluntarily Step Aside Before Democrat National Convention;
  • Delegates Nominate a New Candidate at the Convention;
  • Tie Loose Ends.

“There’s no way in hell that’s true, not a chance in hell that’s true,” one lawmaker told The Hill before the debate. “I don’t know what to say.”

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