Will Democrats Actually Replace Biden?

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(FeaturedNews.com) – Senate Democrats have dismissed the rumors that state that President Joe Biden might end up not becoming the party’s nominee because of the concerns relating to his age and poll numbers. This has only further escalated after the first presidential debate that took place on Thursday, June 27.

A recent FiveThirtyEight national polls analysis showed that Biden is leading against former president Donald Trump in a possible head-to-head match against Trump by 0.4 percent. However, Trump continues to hold the lead in many of the key swing states, including Nevada, Arizona, North Carolina, Georgia, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, and Michigan according to a Forbes poll. 

Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., stated recently that the stories about Biden not becoming the nominee are “bizarre.” 

Sen. Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn. Similarly argued that there was no plan B and that they were moving ahead. 

Sen. John Hickenlooper, D-Colo., told The Hill that they had all seen the polls about Trump leading and that Biden voters were concerned about the possibility of electing someone who has shown himself to be a “demagogue.” 

The Hill in its report noted that there have been a lot of speculations about the possibility that Biden might drop out of the race, which has been fueled further by the polls that showed that the majority of Americans believe that he is too old to be an effective U.S. president. 

In March, a New York Times/Siena College survey showed that 73 percent of voters believe that, including 61 percent of the voters that had voted for Biden in 2020.

If Biden becomes unable to run for office or run for the White House, then Vice President Kamala Harris would take over. 

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