Biden State of the Union lays groundwork for 2024 run: ‘Finish the job’

Yes, he is walking.

President Biden’s second State of the Union address Tuesday night also served as the launch of his campaign for a second term, with the aging commander-in-chief boasting of his administration’s accomplishments — while most Americans Not sure if they have many accomplishments. to be proud

During his 72-minute speech, the 80-year-old Biden touted areas of bipartisan agreement, topping off his remarks by telling Republicans that “there’s no reason we can’t work together” as the GOP led the House of Representatives. took control of mid-term elections.

The president was particularly excited earlier in the night about legislation to boost high-tech U.S. manufacturing, as well as the infrastructure spending bill to be passed in 2021, saying: I want to thank those who voted for the law, and my Republican friends who also voted against it.

Biden, 80, would be the oldest president ever if he leaves the White House in early 2029 after two, four-year terms in office.
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Trump, 76, has already announced a campaign to reclaim 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue in next year’s presidential election.

“I’m still asked to fund projects in these districts,” he added, “but don’t worry, I promised to be the president of all Americans. We will fund these projects, and I will see you at the groundbreaking.

Biden also used the phrase “end the job” 13 times in his address — calling on Congress to do everything from capping the cost of insulin at $35 a month to imposing new taxes on the wealthiest Americans to assault weapons. Do everything until banned.

Despite the reluctance, recent polls show most Americans don’t want Biden out. anyone a job

Only 37 percent Democrats Say they support the president running for a second term, down from 52 percent in October 2022. An Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research survey from Monday shows.

Overall, 78 percent of Americans want Biden to serve another full term as president, while only 22 percent say he should run for a second term.

Meanwhile, A A Washington Post-ABC News survey found 41% of Americans are worse off financially than when Biden took office in January 2021 — and 62% believe Biden has done “not much” or “little or nothing” in his first two years in the White House. What is it.

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