It is fairly obvious that the Democrats are working toward a singular purpose for the 2020 election: Prevent Donald Trump from being reelected.
This ins’t an election about how best to move the nation forward, or how to serve the American people in the most efficient way possible. No, this election will be a referendum on who has the most political, cultural, and media clout.
It’s about beating Trump, not about realizing the potential of the American dream, and that itself is a great disservice to the American people.
As if to reiterate this point, anonymous leaks from within the 2020 campaign of former Vice President Joe Biden showed that the previously reluctant candidate was in favor of serving only one term if elected. Now, Biden and his camp are vehemently denying these allegations.
Former Vice PresidentJoe Biden‘s campaign denied a report on Wednesday that Biden has signaled he would only serve one term in the White House if elected in 2020.
“Lots of chatter out there on this so just want to be crystal clear: this is not a conversation our campaign is having and not something VP Biden is thinking about,” Biden’s deputy campaign manager and communications director, Kate Bedingfield, said in a tweet.
Biden later denied the reports on Wednesday.
“No. I never have. I don’t have plans on one term. I’m not even there yet,” Biden said.
The insinuation is that Biden, who had no plans to run early in the race, was goaded into the competition by the Democratic Party, who was severely lacking when it came to a candidate who could possibly pull votes away from Trump supporters in the centrist midwest. The idea that Biden was considering serving only one term seemed to lend credence to the idea.
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