Biden Promises ‘Morning Joe’ He’s Staying in the Race: ‘I Am Not Going Anywhere’

Democrat President Joe Biden called into his favorite “news” show on MSNBC and promised that he is staying in the race for re-election.

During a Monday phone-in interview on “Morning Joe,” Biden declared: “I am not going anywhere.”

Biden, via telephone from the White House, told hosts Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough that he’s “the best candidate to beat Donald Trump in 2024.”

“The bottom line here is that we’re not going anywhere,” the president told liberals Brzezinski and Scarborough, both avid Biden supporters.

“I am not going anywhere.

“I wouldn’t be running if I didn’t absolutely believe that I am the best candidate to beat Donald Trump in 2024,” he said.

“We had a democratic nominating process where the voters spoke clearly.

“I won 14 million of those votes.”

After Brzezinski introduced Biden as the “presumptive Democratic nominee,” the president laughed.

He then boldly stated, “I’m more than the presumptive.

“I’m going to be the nominee.”

Biden noted that he has been traveling on the road over the last 10 days to make sure his “instinct” was right about the Democratic Party still wanting him as the nominee.

The embattled POTUS has faced growing calls from Democrats and their corporate media allies after his halting debate revealed that he’s not fit for office.

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Behind-the-scenes reports have continued to emerge that detail Biden’s mental and cognitive decline.

He also suggested that he has been traveling around the country to dispel the notion that President Donald Trump has been surging in popularity among voters since the June 27 debate.

Asked by Brzezinski about his disastrous debate and how he could assure it wouldn’t happen again, Biden said, “Look at my career.

“I have not had many of those nights.

“It was a terrible night and I really regret it happened.”

Despite concerns about his ability to win re-election, Biden argued that he “defeated” Trump in 2020 and would “beat him again.”

“He’s just a liar and he hasn’t done a damn thing since the debate,” Biden alleged.

“He’s been riding around in a golf cart for ten days down in Mar-a-Lago talking with his wealthy friends.”

The fallout from the debate has led numerous prominent industry leaders, politicians, media outlets, pundits, and columnists to call for Biden to step aside for another candidate.

Democrats are increasingly panicking over fears that Biden won’t be able to beat Trump in November.

Many are calling for Biden to pass the baton and allow a new Democrat figure to emerge as the nominee.

The long list of people who have turned on Biden did not appear to sway the president’s determination to run again, however.

Brzezinski listed off elite newspapers like the New York Times, as well as key Democratic Party figures like ex-Obama adviser David Axelrod, who said it’s time for him to step aside.

“I don’t care what those big names said,” Biden told Brzezinski and Scarborough, who also called on Biden to step aside after the debate.

“They were wrong in 2020.

“They were wrong in 2022 about the red wave.

“They’re wrong in 2024 and come out with me and watch people react. You make a judgment.”

Biden predicted that the average American would not move away from him in the upcoming election and threw cold water on claims that he is losing support among black voters.

“Remember about all this talk about how I don’t have the black support,” Biden shouted.

“Give me a break. Come with me. Watch. Watch!”

“I’m getting frustrated by the elites — not you guys — the elites in the party, oh, they know so much more.

“Any of these guys that don’t think I should run, run against me.

“Announce for president, challenge me at the convention.”


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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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