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    2024 US Presidential election

    I am going to go on the record early with a daring statement.

    Biden reelected
    Dems retain Senate
    Dems reclaim house



    If they can survive a midterm, there will most likely be a blue wave in 2024.

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    I think as Jo En Lao said in 1970s when asked about teh French Revolution

    TOO EARLY TO JUDGE

    I hope it is a fair uncontested election and as many vote as possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    I am going to go on the record early with a daring statement.

    Biden reelected
    Dems retain Senate
    Dems reclaim house



    If they can survive a midterm, there will most likely be a blue wave in 2024.
    Unless of course the Republicans learned something from this.

    Personally I find the fact that an oaf like walker can even have a chance, can you imagine if the Republicans fielded better candidates?
    Anyway , if the democrats were smart, they will try and keep trump in the game. He is the gift that keeps on giving IMO.
    The sooner you fall behind, the more time you have to catch up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by david44 View Post
    TOO EARLY TO JUDGE
    Sure is. Biden has yet to even officially confirm he will run again and the GOP is not close to having a front runner for their candidate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norton View Post
    Sure is. Biden has yet to even officially confirm he will run again and the GOP is not close to having a front runner for their candidate.
    Well the smart money is going on DeSantis and if he's up against Biden I think he'll win.

    Unless of course baldy orange cunto wrecks his campaign by dividing the republicans into normal republicans and utter fucking morons.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    Well the smart money is going on DeSantis and if he's up against Biden I think he'll win.
    The GOP are in disarray, their wave turned out to be nothing more than a mud puddle, currently they can not even elect a speaker of the house. If they could not even win a midterm election, how on earth could you believe they could win a Presidential election? Unless a lot changes over the next two years, they are going to get clobbered in 2024.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    The GOP are in disarray, their wave turned out to be nothing more than a mud puddle, currently they can not even elect a speaker of the house. If they could not even win a midterm election, how on earth could you believe they could win a Presidential election? Unless a lot changes over the next two years, they are going to get clobbered in 2024.
    Snubby,

    I've already told you how DeSantis got the biggest winning margin in 40 years and got independent voters that voted for Biden.

    You can keep coming up with the smug shit but it has no bearing on the facts.

    Desantis is a crafty politician.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    Unless a lot changes over the next two years, they are going to get clobbered in 2024.
    2 years is a life time in politics Snubs so for sure there will be many changes. Good or bad changes for both parties.

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    It's time to clean up America!

    Trump will get killed on his election campaign and Biden drops dead on his inauguration.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    I am going to go on the record early......
    Not early. Hell, I started a thread about a year (?, I forget) before Biden announced (April 2019) he would run. Sent his campaign 2,500.00 within half hour of his announcement (early morning) and the other 250.00 after he accepted the nomination.

    If he does run, he’ll win.

    If he doesn’t run, Newsom will win.
    Keep your friends close and your enemies closer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by S Landreth View Post
    If he does run, he’ll win.
    I agree!

    Quote Originally Posted by S Landreth View Post
    If he doesn’t run, Newsom will win.
    Sounds about right!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HermantheGerman View Post
    It's time to clean up America!

    Trump will get killed on his election campaign and Biden drops dead on his inauguration.
    Biden and Trump are both too old to run again. Despite Biden's experience and longevity, his stooped, squinting posture holds him back. (it shouldn't but it does). Trump is just a joke. The US system is taking too long to get rid of him.

    When Trump eventually goes, Biden can stand down, and let a more vigorous and youthful candidate stand for President.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    I agree!
    By the way. Great thread. Tease the doubters and shame the republicans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by S Landreth View Post
    Tease the doubters and shame the republicans.
    There is a method to the madness.

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    ^you timed this thread perfectly. Rumors

    Klain says he expects Biden to announce 2024 bid after holidays

    President Biden could announce a potential 2024 presidential bid after the Christmas and New Year's holidays, White House chief of staff Ron Klain said Monday.

    Driving the news: "The president will make that decision. I expect it shortly after the holiday," Klain said at the Wall Street Journal’s CEO Council summit.


    • "I expect the decision will be to do it," he added.


    The big picture: White House senior adviser Anita Dunn said last month that Biden's decision to run is going to be a family decision.


    • "The family is going to be deeply involved in whatever decision he reaches because that's who he is," Dunn said at an Axios event.
    • Biden previously said that he would decide after the midterm elections whether he'll seek a second term.


    trump should be indicted sometime afterwards

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    First Lady Jill Biden told French President Emmanuel Macron that she and her husband, President Joe Biden, are ready for his reelection campaign, The New York Times reported.

    Biden has not publicly announced whether he will seek reelection in 2024, and is reported to have been discussing the issue in recent week with close family.

    Two sources told the Times that the first lady made the comment at last week's state dinner for Macron and his wife, Brigitte, at the White House. When Macron asked if she was being serious, Jill Biden replied "absolutely", and Macron then led a playful toast to Biden's 2024 campaign, per the Times.

    The White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Insider.

    At 80, Biden is the oldest president in US history, and some critics believe he is too old to run for a second term. Polls indicate that many voters share concerns about his age.

    Even so, many believe that Biden will run again, bouyed by his party's showing in the midterm elections.

    Earlier this year Biden's poll ratings were at a record low, and his legislative agenda appeared to have stalled. But a stronger-than-expected showing by Democrats in the midterms, capped off by Raphael Warnock's victory in Georgia's Senate runoff on Tuesday, has given Biden's prospects a new lease of life.

    Now that the midterms are over, attention will increasingly turn to 2024.

    Former President Donald Trump is so far the only prominent Republican to have announced his 2024 candidacy, and Biden reportedly believes he is well placed to repeat his 2020 election triumph over him if Trump wins the GOP nomination.

    Biden reportedly believes he is well placed to repeat his 2020 election triumph



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    Quote Originally Posted by S Landreth View Post
    Former President Donald Trump is so far the only prominent Republican to have announced his 2024 candidacy, and Biden reportedly believes he is well placed to repeat his 2020 election triumph over him if Trump wins the GOP nomination
    Sure he would beat Trump but Trump becoming the GOP candidate is zero.

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    OK then, DeSantis.




    vs



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    If these numbers convince DeSantis to run then we should have some great debates.



    Former President Donald Trump trails Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis as the favored Republican presidential nominee by a 23% margin among GOP voters — and would lose to President Joe Biden in a 2024 general election, a new poll finds. Burdened by flagging support after the midterm elections, Trump has the backing of just 33% of GOP voters compared to 56% for DeSantis in the Suffolk University/USA Today poll released Tuesday. Trump would get just 40% compared to 47% for Biden in the poll of all registered 2024 voters. DeSantis, on the other hand, leads Biden by 47% to 43% in the same poll.


    https://www.rawstory.com/trump-trails-desantis-by-23-in-republican-primary-poll-would-lose-to-biden-in-2024/

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    Jill Biden makes a tidal shift from her thoughts on another run at the White House

    First lady Jill Biden, despite being so worn out from a recent circuit of White House events that she lost her voice, is now seriously looking ahead to her husband running for reelection in 2024. That’s a tidal shift from her position just three months ago.

    Seven people familiar with Biden’s thinking told CNN that her private conversations about another run now match her publicly enthusiastic persona, as well as the sentiments of President Joe Biden.

    The first lady was still mostly skeptical as of early fall – “not a proponent,” as one person familiar with her thinking told CNN. But in the month since the November midterm elections, in which Democrats defied the fate of most parties of first-term presidents, friends noted a change.

    Jill Biden is now “all in” on the idea, according to a person who works with the East Wing.

    Even though the last several weeks of high-profile events have left her “exhausted,” said another person, “she has begun to say the quiet part out loud.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by S Landreth View Post
    OK then, DeSantis.
    Biden would lose.

    Biden should not rush to declare he is running. Wait and see who he will most likely be running against. Depending on who that is, Biden may not be the best to run. Problem the Dems have, if not Biden, who?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norton View Post
    Biden would lose.
    Nope

    Quote Originally Posted by Norton View Post
    Problem the Dems have, if not Biden, who?
    already answered. post #10

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    Quote Originally Posted by S Landreth View Post
    Nope
    Quite a few Republicans voted for Biden because of Trump. He won't have that luxury if DeSantis is the nominee. I suspect you'll show me a poll where Biden would beat him. Probably by the same polling companies that predicted Hillary would win in 2016.

    I'm not a fan of DeSantis btw.
    Originally Posted by sabang
    Maybe Canada should join Nato.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pickel View Post
    I'm not a fan of DeSantis btw.
    not enough voting americans are either

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    Quote Originally Posted by S Landreth View Post
    Nope
    Reason Biden would lose to DeSantis or for that matter any "moderate" fiscally conservative Republican is I believe in 2 years the US will be in a recession and Biden will be held responsible.

    Newsom is just one of a few Dems who could run but could he beat a moderate GOP candidate if the economy is still in the tank?
    Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect.

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