Joe Biden is running for the 2024 US presidential election

Joe Biden is running for the 2024 US presidential election

Jim Watson/AFP US President Joe Biden speaks during the 2023 Public Schools Senior Council Honors Ceremony, in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington, D.C., April 24, 2023 (Photo by Jim Watson/AFP)

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Joe Biden, here at the White House, April 23, 2023.

United States – The suspense is coming to an end. Joe Biden announced on Tuesday, April 25, that he is seeking a second term as President of the United States, removing concerns that have been expressed about his age.

For a week, all of Washington has been abuzz with rumors about this candidacy – an open secret – formalized through video on social networks and YouTube, as in 2019.

“I am running for re-election.”In his three-minute video message, the US President says (See below), opening with footage from the January 6, 2021, Capitol attack. “let’s finish work”He said again, emphasizing the ongoing struggle, according to him, for freedom and democracy.

The current April 25 date is far from trivial: it marks the fourth anniversary, to this day, of the last joining the Democratic campaign, when he launched into a fight for“Soul of America”Donald Trump was denied a second term.

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Since the beginning of the year, Joe Biden has ramped up his desire to return ” dignity “ for popular america “forgotten”alarmed by globalization, which Donald Trump has been able to seduce in part.

The tenant of the White House might think he has the stats with him: American presidents run again, and often get re-elected.

But Joe Biden, at his age, is defying historical precedent. If he is re-elected, he will serve his second term at the age of 86.

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In November 2021 and then in February 2023 the principal underwent medical examinations which concluded he was present ” good health “.

but he, already prone to blunders and whose appearance was unmistakably marked by years, exposed himself to mounting attacks by Republicans on his mental strength.

However, Joe Biden shows extraordinary stamina, navigating international crises and major reforms.

His trip to Kiev, an unprecedented initiative by a head of state surrounded by the world’s strictest security arrangements, was a startling reminder of his role as architect of the Western response after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

He also indicated that, according to opinion polls, the nomination of his predecessor, Donald Trump, 76, who is accused by a court in New York, was not more enthusiastic than his candidacy.

So the Democrat believes that if he once defeated his Republican predecessor, a divisive figure par excellence, he can do it again by highlighting his good character and unified platform.

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