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Biden set to announce his reelection campaign on Tuesday

 April 22, 2023

President Joe Biden is set to announce his run for a second term as president on Tuesday, according to a new report.

Biden, 80, is expected to make the formal announcement, the Washington Post first reported on Thursday.

The background

"While he vanquished former President Donald Trump in the 2020 election, there are questions about his age - he's the oldest American president - and whether his sluggish poll numbers will give Trump or another Republican an opening," the Daily Mail reported.

"Biden originally seemed primed to announce his 2024 reelection bid after the holidays - saying he would discuss it with family on trips to Nantucket and St. Croix - but then it got delayed for months," it added.

A pre-recorded video

The report of Biden's upcoming reelection announcement also led to curious remarks when it was reported that it will be shared in a pre-recorded video.

"The Five" on Fox News ripped into the fact that Biden would not make the announcement live following a number of gaffes during his first two-plus years in office.

New competition

Biden's announcement plans come as a new contender entered among Democrats on Tuesday.

Robert F. Kennedy Jr., the son of the late Sen. Robert Kennedy and nephew of the late President John F. Kennedy, announced his run as a Democrat on Tuesday.

"I've come here today to announce my candidacy for the Democratic nomination for president of the United States," he said.

"During this campaign and during my administration my objective will be to make as many Americans as possible forget that they are Republicans or Democrats and remember that they are Americans," Kennedy said. "We need to focus on the values we share instead of the issues that divide us."

While the majority of Democrats see Kennedy as a longshot, he reportedly received the favor of 14% of Biden voters ahead of his announcement.

In addition to Kennedy, 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Marianne Williamson is also running against Biden.

The growing fight for the 2024 election now includes a battle among Democrats as Biden faces challengers in his own party in a potential repeat election against former President Donald Trump.