Joe Biden, aged 80, has announced his decision to run for re-election as President of the United States in a pre-recorded video posted on Twitter, with a message from his 2020 campaign that emphasizes he is fighting for the ‘soul of our nation’. This announcement makes Biden the oldest person to run for the presidency in the United States. However, many Americans are skeptical of his re-election bid as they do not believe that he has earned it based on his performance during his time in office.
Kamala Harris will continue to serve as Biden’s vice-presidential candidate in the 2024 presidential election, despite her record-low approval ratings during her time in office. This has caused concern among Democrats, whose approval rating currently sits in the low 40s. Meanwhile, several Republican candidates, including former President Donald Trump, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, and several other GOP candidates, are eagerly vying for a chance to challenge Biden in the 2024 election.