The holiday season is over.
Joe Biden is expected to announce whether or not he will seek a second term in the near future.
But Joe Biden was just handed one set of numbers that could change his plans for 2024.
Since 2021, Joe Biden has continuously said both in public and in private that he plans to run for a second term in 2024.
Biden says he is running because he believes he is the only Democrat who can stop Donald Trump from becoming President again in two years.
But Joe Biden has a major problem.
Joe Biden is already the oldest President in American history.
In 2024, Biden will be 82, meaning he would be asking voters to keep him around until he’s 86-years-old.
At age 80, Biden is already senile.
His severely declining mental and physical abilities are on full display every time he appears in front of the American people.
But it’s not just his age and cognitive decline that Democrats are worried about with Biden.
Biden’s Presidency has also been a disaster.
In his first two years in office, America faced record inflation and record-high gas prices, a supply chain crisis, a baby formula shortage, a botched withdrawal from Afghanistan on the anniversary of 9/11, and a proxy war with Russia in Ukraine that cost billions of dollars and could end in a nuclear holocaust.
So it should be no surprise that polls continue to show the majority of voters do not want Joe Biden to run for a second term in 2024.
According to a new Rasmussen Reports poll, only 33 percent of likely voters want Joe Biden to run for re-election in two years.
Overall, 55 percent said they do not want Biden to seek a second term, with 11 percent unsure.
Of course, this matches several other recent polls showing the majority of voters, including Democrats, do not believe Biden should run for a second term.
But if Joe Biden does step aside, the poll also showed bad news for Kamala Harris, with only 32 percent of voters saying they want to see her run in 2024.
58 percent said Harris should not run, while ten percent said they are unsure.
So far all indications are that Joe Biden is planning to announce he is running for a second term in the coming weeks.
But Biden will have a hard time convincing Americans that he has the mental and physical abilities to lead the nation until he turns 86-years-old.
Stay tuned to Right News Wire for any updates to this ongoing story.