Presidential candidacy: “New York Times” reviews on alleged withdrawal plans of Joe Biden | EUROtoday

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US President Joe Biden thinks a report by According to the New York Times about withdrawing from the presidential race. A White House spokesman instantly denied the newspaper's report. “This claim is absolutely false. If the New York Times If we had given them more than seven minutes to comment on it, we would have told them so.”

The newspaper's report states that Biden has spoken to a “key ally” about it. According to the individual, the 81-year-old stated that he knew he may not be capable to save his candidacy if he couldn’t persuade the general public within the coming days to assist a renewed Presidency to be appropriate.

Last week, Biden had a TV debate along with his Republican challenger Donald Trump put in a disastrous efficiency. As a outcome, stress has grown on the Democrat, even inside his personal ranks, to withdraw his candidacy. The Democratic management has to this point publicly supported the president. Since the controversy, Biden's crew has been attempting to dispel doubts about his suitability for the workplace.

Biden has deliberate varied appearances

Biden plans to fulfill with Democratic governors this Wednesday to safe their assist. He will then give a tv interview on Friday. In addition, marketing campaign appearances are deliberate within the states of Wisconsin and Pennsylvania within the coming days. Next week he plans to carry a press convention on the NATO summit in Washington.

According to the report, Biden's ally additionally stated that the president knew he couldn’t make any extra appearances just like the one he gave through the TV debate with Trump. Biden continues to be “deep in the fight” for re-election, he stated.