Biden insists: ‘I am not going anywhere!’ in angry MSNBC interview

​​On Monday, President Joe Biden made a defiant appearance on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” affirming his commitment to remain in the 2024 presidential race. Speaking with hosts Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough, both staunch supporters of the White House, Biden emphasized his determination to run for re-election.

“The bottom line here is that we’re not going anywhere. I am not going anywhere,” Biden asserted during the call. He further stated, “I wouldn’t be running if I didn’t absolutely believe that I am the best candidate to beat Donald Trump in 2024. We had a democratic nominating process where the voters spoke clearly. I won 14 million of those votes.”

Brzezinski introduced Biden as the “presumptive Democratic nominee,” to which Biden responded with a laugh, “I’m more than the presumptive. I’m going to be the nominee.”

Speaking from the White House, Biden noted his recent travels over the past ten days, aimed at confirming his belief that the Democratic Party still supports his candidacy. Despite facing calls from media allies and some members of his own party to step aside due to concerns about his debate performance and reported cognitive issues, Biden remains resolute.

He also addressed concerns about former President Trump’s influence, indicating that his travels were partly to counter the perception that Trump has gained significant support since the June 27 debate.

When Brzezinski asked about his difficult debate and how he plans to prevent a recurrence, Biden responded, “Look at my career. I have not had many of those nights. It was a terrible night and I really regret it happened.”

This strong declaration from Biden underscores his resolve to lead the Democratic Party into the next election cycle, despite the challenges and criticisms he faces.

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