Biden Dodges Question When Asked If He Plans to Serve a ‘Full Four-Year Term’ If Re-Elected

Democrat President Joe Biden dodged the question when a reporter asked him if he plans on serving a “full four-year term” if he wins re-election in November.

Biden was asked about his career plans during his visit to Pennsylvania on Wednesday.

After arriving in the Keystone State, Biden stood on the tarmac with supporters to pose for a photo.

During a moment of quiet, a reporter took the opportunity to shout out a question that is of critical importance to American voters from all sides.

The reporter asked Biden:

“President Biden, will you be serving your full four-year term or handing over power to Vice President Harris?”

Appearing like someone who had sustained a head injury, Biden slowly pointed to his skull with one finger and shouted back:

“You’re not hurt, are you?”

“I can’t hear you,” the reporter politely replied.

“Can you approach?”

Biden appeared to quickly grow angry as he again refused to answer the question.

“Did you fall on your head or something?” Biden slurred.


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The question comes as Democrats are increasingly panicking about Biden’s chances in the election as he prepares to face off against President Donald Trump.

Politico’s Christopher Cadelago, Sally Goldenberg, and Elena Schneider reported Monday that “anxiety has morphed into palpable trepidation” among a reported dozen Democrat party leaders and operatives.

Their fears are mounting over concerns about the prospects of Biden losing the election to Trump.

Meanwhile, nearly three-quarters of voters believe the nation is “out of control” and on the “wrong track” under Biden, a Hart Research/Public Opinion Strategies/NBC News poll found.

The results of the poll are the highest negative number for any president recorded by the pollster.

Numerous recent polls show that Biden has lost support among demographics key to his 2020 victory:

An NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll found that the majority of independent voters believe Biden is a greater threat to democracy than Trump.

A poll from ABC News/Ipsos shows that Trump is in a dead heat with Biden among suburban women.

USA Today/Suffolk University found that, among Hispanics, Trump leads Biden by five points (39-34 percent).

According to the Wall Street Journal, 30 percent of black men and 11 percent of black women now say they intend to vote for Trump.

The New York Times also reported that Trump and Biden are essentially tied among 18-to-29-year-olds.

New polling from Virginia also shows that Trump is now neck-and-neck with Biden in the deep-blue commonwealth.

Biden will presumably accept the Democrats’ domination at the Democratic National Convention in August.

Democrats could take a three-step political process to replace Biden at the convention.

However, it would require Biden to step aside.

READ MORE – Former RNC Chair Calls for Trump to Be Jailed over Anti-Biden Rhetoric

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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