Trump Questions Biden 2024 Run

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In an interview with Fox News Digital on the eve of the midterm elections, former President Donald Trump said it was “inconceivable” that President Joe Biden would seek reelection in 2024.

Trump made the remarks after a rally in Dayton, Ohio, where he lent his support to Senate Candidate J.D. Vance.

When asked by Fox News Digital if he thought Biden would seek reelection in 2024, Trump shared his belief Biden won’t run, saying, “I don’t think he runs,” and adding a Biden reelection bid “is inconceivable.”

However, both Biden and the White House have confirmed the President’s intention to run in 2024.

Last month, while fielding questions from reporters about Biden’s 2024 White House plans, White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre confirmed that the President intended to run in 2024.

The question about Biden’s 2024 ambitions was thrown into the spotlight after reports surfaced that the President had told allies he plans to run again in 2024.

But, whether or not Biden pursues a second term in the White House will likely depend on Democrats’ midterm performance. Democrats losing the House, something predicted to occur, and a Senate loss will only make a reelection bid by Biden more challenging, as his age has already thrown his electability into question.

Trump’s decision to pursue reelection is far more certain, with reports surfacing that he will announce his White House bid on November 14 or 15.

He alluded to his announcement date being “very soon” during the Monday rally in Ohio.