I’m going to run for office and I’m going to win again

I’m going to run for office and I’m going to win again
I’m going to run for office and I’m going to win again

“You probably heard that I had a little debate last week. I can’t say it was my best performance.but there has been a lot of speculation since then. What is Joe going to do? Is he going to stay in the race? What is he going to do? Well, here’s my answer. I’m going to run and I’m going to win again“In this way, the 81-year-old president reaffirmed that he will not abandon the electoral race.

And I add: “They are trying to take me out of the race. Let me say it as clearly as possible: I will continue in the race.”

The controversy surrounding his recent public appearances has been growing due to his speech errors, his appearance of being lost, and accusations about his health, where he has been accused of having illnesses such as Alzheimer’s or dementia. In the speech, he made a mistake again, this time confusing 2024 with 2020: ”I will beat Donald Trump. I will beat him again in 2020.”

It is worth noting that he later seemed to correct himself and said “we will do it again in 2024.” And he added: “I learned a long time ago that when you get knocked down, you get back up,” he said, adding that would not allow a 90-minute debate to erase his achievements of the past three and a half years.

In his speech at the Sherman Middle Schoolin the city of Madison, Biden spoke for 17 minutes, where he also warned that ”The United States has been a free and democratic nation, and I’ll be damned if, in the year 2024, just two years shy of our 250th anniversary as a nation, I allow Donald Trump to take this away from us.”.

He also stressed that “the American presidency It’s a question of characterthe character of the president who holds the office,” and he reflected: “It’s about honesty. It’s about the decency and integrity of the president. Do they respect people or do they incite violence and hatred? Can they honor an oath to the Constitution and fulfill the oath of office?

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Biden made a new mistake: ”I will beat Donald Trump. I will beat him again in 2020”,

He also took time to poke fun at Trump, as he pointed out that the former president said on July 4, when he was president, that George Washington’s army won the Revolutionary War by taking control of airports from the British. “That is a mistake in expression”Biden said. “Airports and the British in 1776. It’s true, he’s a stable genius,” he quipped.

At the end, he left the lectern along with Tom Petty’s song, “I Won’t Back Down” (I will not back down), in another clear message to those who want to see him give up the fight.

Source: Ambito

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