According to the NYT, “Biden is considering resigning”, however the White House denies it | EUROtoday

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The White House denies the New York Times and reiterates that Joe Biden stays within the operating for the presidential elections to be held subsequent November. But the strain on the president to depart room for an additional candidate is turning into very sturdy and even the indiscretion revealed by the progressive newspaper inevitably finally ends up including doubts, if there have been any want, amongst voters and among the many leaders of the Democratic Party.

The New York Times’ declare that Joe Biden is contemplating dropping out of the re-election race is “absolutely false,” White House press secretary Andrew Bates stated in a publish on X on Tuesday, July 3, minutes after the article was revealed. “If The New York Times had given us more than seven minutes to comment, we would have told them,” Bates added.

The New York Times Leaks

Biden “is considering whether to continue the race,” wrote the New York Times, reconstructing a confidence made to an ally, wherein, for the primary time, the Democratic chief opens as much as the potential for withdrawing. Biden specifically – based on what one among his advisers reported to the American newspaper – is alleged to have advised a buddy and ally that he’s conscious that his candidacy might not work if within the subsequent appointments he isn’t capable of persuade Americans that he’s completely dependable and capable of proceed the work. The subsequent appearances in public and on TV might subsequently be decisive: “The president is well aware of the political difficulties he is facing,” Biden's adviser confided to the New York Times, underlining the president's steady contacts with governors and Democratic leaders in Congress.

The horrible efficiency within the televised debate with Donald Trump has marked, no matter occurs, Biden's political future: Americans have earlier than their eyes the pictures, bouncing from TV to social media, of the president stammering and getting confused in his try and retort to the apparent falsehoods and conceitedness of his conservative rival.

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Biden insists, in opposition to the polls

The White House workers, on the night of Tuesday, July 3, insisted once more: “There is no intention from President Biden to abandon the race.” “I'm running. I'm the president of the Democratic Party. No one is pushing me out. I've been knocked out before and when you get knocked down you get back up,” Biden stated.