President Joe Biden will reportedly announce whether he will launch a 2024 reelection bid 2024 in the coming weeks, as the far-left is apparently angered with the president over his recent policy decisions.
Although Biden expressed his “intention” to seek reelection with the help of first lady Jill Biden’s deployment as a surrogate, the president has delayed the announcement since February. The delay has been criticized as indecision by the far-left. To calm the objections, it appears White House aides on Friday leaked to Politico Playbook that Biden will launch in the following weeks.
But Biden has a new problem. His plan to announce a 2024 campaign has coincided with pivots away from a few of his far-left positions, such as supporting a Republican resolution to block a Washington, DC, soft-on-crime law, approving a portion of Alaska’s oil-rich land for drilling, and allegedly considering to adopt former President Donald Trump’s policy of detaining migrant families who cross into the U.S. illegally.
Many far-left leaning politicians had their own commentary on Biden pivoting away from super-liberal policymaking. In an interview with Politico, Senator Bernie Sanders said the following:
“The devil is in the details and we will see what happens… But has he made decisions that progressives disagree with? Absolutely. We will see what comes up in the next year.”
Politico also interviewed Reps. Pramila Jayapal and Judy Chu, both far-left leaning, and they issued a joint statement about Biden’s 180 turn too:
“We should not return to the failed policies of the past… There is no safe or humane way to detain families and children, and such detention does not serve as a deterrent to migration.”
Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez put out a tweet slamming Biden for supporting the Republican-backed resolution to overrule the District’s soft-on-crime law. She tweeted the following: “If the President supports DC statehood, he should govern like it. Plenty of places pass laws the President may disagree with. He should respect the people’s gov of DC just as he does elsewhere.”
This ain’t it. DC has a right to govern itself, like any other state or municipality. If the President supports DC statehood, he should govern like it.
Plenty of places pass laws the President may disagree with. He should respect the people’s gov of DC just as he does elsewhere. https://t.co/VXczSp8YPc
— Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@AOC) March 3, 2023
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