Two New York representatives be part of a rising record of Democrats who’re refusing to endorse Biden in 2024.

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Two New York Democrats declined to say whether they would support it President Biden for the presidency in 2024 on Tuesday, adding to the list of Democrats who are soft on the idea of ​​a Biden re-election campaign.

Asked during the debate whether Biden should seek re-election, Rep. Jerry Nadler of New York said it was “too early to tell. It does not serve the Democratic Party’s goal of addressing this issue before the midterms.”

Rep. Carolyn Maloney, D-New York, also dodged the question: “I don’t believe he’s running for re-election,” she said.

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Several other Democrats have declined to endorse Biden in recent weeks or said he should not run. Rep. Dean Phillips, D-MN, said on a radio show last week that “the country would be well served by a new generation of persuasive, well-prepared, dynamic Democrats to step forward.”

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler (D-N.Y.) is one of the latest Democrats to refuse to endorse President Biden in 2024.
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Angie Craig, D-MN., agreed with her fellow Minnesota representative, tells MinnPost Tuesday that “I think Dean Phillips and I agree on that, and I’m going to do everything I can as a member of Congress to make sure we have the next generation of leaders.”

Craig is running for re-election in a competitive House race in Minnesota’s 2nd Congressional District this election cycle.

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in 2024 at the town hall, Rep. Tom Malinowski (DN.J) was also asked about Biden and declined to comment on whether he supports Biden. “I don’t know if he will run in 2024 or who will, so I’m not taking an opinion on who should be president,” Malinowski said.

President Biden has a record low approval rating, as teasing is possible in 2024.

President Biden has a record low approval rating, as teasing is possible in 2024.
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Tim Ryan, D-OH, asked Fox News Sandra Smith if he would support Biden in 2024, but he dodged the question. “I’m working on my election and that’s all I’m focused on right now,” he said. Ryan is the Democratic candidate in the Ohio Senate race this fall.

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Biden’s approval rating reached a a new low of 31 percent.in 2024 democrats may want new leadership. The president, who will be 81 in the next presidential election, has yet to officially announce his re-election bid, but the White House has said Biden intends to run again.

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