Rob Reiner Urges Joe Biden To End Campaign: ‘It’s Time To Stop F**king Around’ | EUROtoday

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On Sunday, the “Stand by Me” and “When Harry Met Sally” director urged the celebration chief to “step down” from his reelection bid in a fiery publish on X, previously known as Twitter.

“It’s time to stop fucking around. If the Convicted Felon wins, we lose our Democracy,” wrote Reiner, who has been a supporter of Biden till now and a big donor of the Democratic Party. “Joe Biden has effectively served US with honor, decency, and dignity. It’s time for Joe Biden to step down.”

On Monday, writer Stephen King joined Reiner and a number of different celebrities, like showrunner Damon Lindelof and Netflix co-founder Reed Hastings, in calling for Biden to bow out of the race over fears that he’s fumbling away the election to Donald Trump.

“Joe Biden has been a fine president, but it’s time for him—in the interests of the America he so clearly loves—to announce he will not run for re-election,” King wrote on X.

Reiner and King’s feedback come after Biden’s psychological acuity and capabilities have been closely questioned lately, significantly following his shaky debate in opposition to Trump final month that has sparked concern amongst Democrats in Congress.

Since the controversy, Biden has defended himself, insisting he can win in opposition to Trump and run the nation for an additional 4 years.

“I’m the most qualified person to beat him, and I know how to get things done,” Biden instructed ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos throughout an interview final week.

He additionally defined his poor efficiency on the debate, saying, “It was a bad episode — no indication of any serious condition. I was exhausted.”

Still, Biden insisted that he has no want to exit the race.

“If the Lord Almighty came down and said, ‘Joe, get out of the race,’ I’d get out of the race,” he mentioned. “But the Lord Almighty’s not coming down.”

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