Pelosi: President Biden Should Run For Reelection in 2024
- Nancy Pelosi, House Speaker, said that President Joe Biden should run in 2024 for reelection.
- Biden was praised by her on ABC’s This Week.
- Pelosi cited climate funding in the Inflation Reduction Act to be a major achievement.
Sunday’s House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said that President Joe Biden should run to be reelected in 2024. Pelosi expressed satisfaction with his achievements since entering the Oval Office.
During an appearanceThe California Democrat, George Stephanopoulos (ABC’s This Week) expressed enthusiasm about a second Biden term. The party is coming off a midterm election cycle where the party defied historical norms by holding onto the Senate and potentially maintaining control of the House — a prospect that most political observers thought was highly unlikely.
Pelosi stated that “he has done so many great things.” “He’s put money in people’s pockets, vaccines in their arms, children back to school, people back to work — for starters.”
She continued, “He has made America independent through passing the CHIPS bill. So we’re not reliant on those that would withhold products that allow us to manufacture here in our country.”
—ABC News Politics (@ABCPolitics) November 13, 2022
The speaker also spoke of the nearly $370 Billion included in the Inflation Reduction Act which is dedicated to climate initiatives. This was long sought by congressional Democrats.
Biden has stated that he intends to run for reelection in 2020, but he has not yet made a formal determination.
Despite struggling with his approval ratings throughout the year, the president saw an increase in voter support over the last few weeks.
Pelosi stated that Biden would be able to point to many successes in his 2024 campaign. Congress has passed a number of notable laws since last year, including the bipartisan infrastructure bill, and gun reform legislation.
“All of this with justice, equity, and inclusiveness. She said that he was a great president with a great track record.
Biden could face former President Donald Trump if he seeks the White House once more. He could announce a campaign this week.
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