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Trump and Biden might face off in a rematch

  • A pandemic, blunders, hidden films, economic catastrophes, and volatility have all characterized the US election season.
  • President Joe Biden is running for reelection on the Democratic side.
  • Few believe that in 2024, politics will still operate according to the same rules.

A pandemic, blunders, hidden films, economic catastrophes, and volatility have all characterized the US presidential election season. The competition this year poses significant obstacles to the survival of American democracy. Since the Republican George W. Bush campaign in 2000, the judiciary has been entwined with presidential politics.

The Supreme Court is set to decide whether states can ban former President Trump from running for office due to his involvement in the January 6, 2021, Capitol uprising, while an appeals court is considering Trump’s immunity from prosecution.

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President Joe Biden is running for reelection on the Democratic sidewhile the high rate of inflation appears to be declining. This hasn’t, however, allayed worries from either side that he is just too old for the position at 81.

At least three credible contenders who have declared for president outside of the established race pose a threat to disarray the race and erode the support of independent voters, who were essential to Biden’s victory in 2020. Few believe that in 2024, politics will still operate according to the same rules.

As of right now, one of the few things that is definite is that Biden will likely serve as the Democratic nominee once more. He will likely have minimal opposition in this year’s primary despite widespread worries about his mental and physical health inside his party.

Despite opposition from Florida Governor Ron DeSantis and former UN ambassador Nikki Haley, Trump maintains a commanding advantage in the majority of national polls.

DeSantis and Haley’s supporters secretly acknowledge that a long-shot effort to force a disputed convention in Wisconsin this July would be their best opportunity to unseat Trump for the nomination.

According to numerous public polls, respondents are not in favor of Trump and Biden facing off again. According to a study released this month by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, the majority of US adults would be extremely or moderately unhappy with Biden serving as the Democratic presidential contender in 2024.

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