Biden “Not In a Hurry” To Announce Re-election Campaign

( – President Biden’s close advisors don’t expect him to launch his bid for the 2024 Presidential campaign “any time soon,” Axios reported. Reportedly, it may be “as late as July” before the president will formally announce his re-election campaign.

Despite the fact that he has not announced his 2024 bid, there is reportedly “no indication” that the president will not run for re-election. Biden’s official announcement has been anticipated for some time. He reportedly stated in March that his re-election bid would be announced when he chose to announce it, CBS News reported.

A formal national advisory board designed to unify the Democratic Party is in the process of forming, CBS News reported. Details of this board were initially reported by The Washington Post. The board will include a mix of Democratic Party influencers, including some of Biden’s former primary rivals such as Elizabeth Warren. Other members of the board will include the president’s political allies, such as Delaware Senator Chris Coons and California Governor Gavin Newsom.

At the time of this report, five presidential candidates had formally entered the race. On the Democratic Party side of the aisle, Marianna Williamson presented the first formal challenge to Biden within his party, The New York Times reported, in an article that was updated on April 3. Formal candidates on the Republican side of the aisle included former President Donald Trump, former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley, the multimillionaire entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy, and Former Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson.

The 2024 Presidential election looms with turmoil. Former President Donald Trump was, at the time of this report, the popular vote majority leader for the Republican nominee and has been anticipated to run against Biden in the 2024 election. Despite the former president’s current legal controversies, Republicans are confident that the buzz surrounding the former president will serve “as a boon” for his 2024 race, The Hill reported. The Trump campaign has also used its current crisis to its advantage, aiming to leverage support to counter “Leftist witch hunts”, as the Trump campaign anticipates that it will be the candidacy to go up against Biden in 2024.

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