President Biden Announces 2024 Re-election Bid Despite Record-Low Approval

By  //  April 25, 2023

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(FOX NEWS) – President Biden announced he is running for a second term as president official on Tuesday despite nearly half of Americans who voted for him in 2020 saying he should not run again.

Biden’s campaign launch comes on the four-year anniversary of the launch of his 2020 campaign for president, and is expected to be done via a campaign video, according to reports last week.

A new USA Today/Suffolk University poll released Monday, which surveyed an equal amount of voters who backed Biden and former President Trump last cycle, found that about 40% of individuals who voted for Biden in the 2020 presidential election do not think he should seek re-election next cycle.

About 35% of respondents said they would vote for a third-party candidate over Biden in 2024, even if it meant Trump was more likely to win the election.

Speculation swirled for months over whether Biden, who is 80, would run for re-election, with his team only saying he “intendeds to run,” but not making any other statements in the affirmative. He said earlier this month, however, that an announcement about his potential candidacy would come “relatively soon.”