Joe Biden has been in office for just over two years, and already, talk of his potential re-election in 2024 has begun. But with the president himself remaining somewhat tight-lipped on the matter, it’s left many Americans wondering what his plans really are.
While Biden has said that he intends to run for re-election, his age and health have been questioned, and many in the Democratic Party are considering alternative candidates for the nomination. But what would another term for Biden really look like, and what would it mean for America?
Firstly, if Biden were to run again and win, it would make him the oldest president in U.S. history, at 86 years old by the end of his second term. While age should not be a determining factor for a presidential candidate, it does raise questions about the ability to handle the stresses of the job.
Secondly, Biden’s legislative accomplishments during his first two years in office have been mixed, with some significant successes, such as the American Rescue Plan, and some failures, such as the failure to pass voting rights legislation. A second term would give him the opportunity to build on those successes and address areas where he fell short.
However, some Americans may question whether Biden is the right person to lead the country forward in the post-pandemic era. Many voters are still feeling the effects of the pandemic, with concerns over jobs, the economy, and health care. And with the ongoing issue of climate change, international relations, and cybersecurity, there are many challenges that need to be addressed.
Ultimately, Biden’s plans for 2024 leave Americans questioning what the future holds. Will he run and win, or will the Democratic Party choose a new nominee? Only time will tell. But what is clear is that whoever becomes the next president of the United States will face significant challenges and will need to be ready to lead the country through an uncertain future.