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US House Democrats remain divided on Biden after meeting

Several U.S. House Democrats declined to say whether they supported President Joe Biden’s continued candidacy for the 2024 election, a sign of the lingering division over the head of state’s electoral viability.

Members interviewed for the report, including Reps. Hillary Scholten, Sean Casten, Lucy McBath and Josh Gottheimer, did not say whether they wanted a change at the top of the ticket.

Casten told Manu Raju of CNN, who felt “great sadness” about the party’s plight as he drew contrasts between Biden and former President Donald Trump.

McBath, Scholten and Gottheimer declined to comment.

Other Democrats offered more support for Biden, including Rep. Maxine Waters.

“I don’t have an opinion that I can share with you. All I can say is that I’m a big Biden supporter,” Waters said.

“The team that Biden has will win, win, win,” he concluded.

Decisive day for Biden

Members of the Democratic Party believe that Joe Biden’s political future is facing a decisive day.

The president holds meetings with members of the Chamber, the Senate and mayors.

While Biden has said only “God” could make him abandon his campaign, top Democrats have told the CNN that the decision ultimately rests with party leadership, including Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer and House Minority Leader Hakeem Jeffries.

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Source: CNN Brasil

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