Democrats Know Biden Is Doomed

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( – In a candid exchange with MSNBC host Jen Psaki, former press secretary and now a voice on the political airwaves, Representative Pramila Jayapal voiced a sobering concern that echoed through the Democratic ranks. She confessed that, for the first time, she harbored real apprehension about the Democratic Party’s prospects in the forthcoming presidential race.

During their Sunday discussion, Jayapal highlighted the nation’s sharp division, a reality Psaki is all too familiar with. The congresswoman from Washington underscored a deep-seated issue: the Israel-Hamas conflict and its potential ramifications for President Biden’s bid in the 2024 election. She stressed that the younger demographic, including Muslim and Arab Americans, view this strife through a moral lens, perceiving it as not just political but a fundamental moral crisis. According to Jayapal, the Democratic Party must address these concerns to regain the confidence of these critical voter segments.

This sentiment of uncertainty is not isolated to Jayapal; it resonates across the Democratic landscape as they ponder President Biden’s election odds. Recent polls, including a New York Times/Siena College one, have shown former President Trump inching ahead in pivotal states for a 2024 face-off. These states, once Biden’s turf in 2020, could spell a different story if trends hold. A separate poll by Suffolk University/USA Today reflected a growing disapproval of Biden’s performance, only adding to the party’s unease.

Amidst these unsettling numbers, there are whispers of ambition within the Democratic ranks. An Axios report reveals that key figures are subtly crafting their public personas, poised to leap at a presidential run come 2028—or even 2024 should Biden not seek reelection. This early positioning, while supportive of Biden’s current leadership, is also a contingency plan, safeguarding against any unforeseen developments that could sway Biden’s run before the Democratic National Convention next August.

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