March 4, 2024

In Which Politico Points Out the Obvious

President-elect Joe Biden speaks during an event at The Queen theater, Friday, Jan. 15, 2021, in Wilmington, Del. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum)

Everyone knows that the man who campaigned from his basement and at low turnout crowds with the cover of COVID-19 was going to look terrible for the crowds once it was 2024 and everyone could see just how few would attend his events.

The oldest president in history when he first took the oath, Biden will not be able to govern and campaign in the manner of previous incumbents. He simply does not have the capacity to do it, and his staff doesn’t trust him to even try, as they make clear by blocking him from the press. Biden’s bid will give new meaning to a Rose Garden campaign, and it requires accommodation to that unavoidable fact of life.

Politico Absolutely Demolishes Joe Biden and Still Manages to Miss the Point

I know what you’re going to say– if you’re a history buff. Abraham Lincoln didn’t even have to campaign– the party did it for him. Many Presidents didn’t campaign, letting their parties do it. And yet, Nixon lost to Kennedy because of a televised debate. We’re in 2023 now, and you know, I bet that we might see some AI being pro-Biden to show that he’s still got it.

If there was a younger version of Trump, without all the baggage but with the policy, charisma, and “outsiderness” that he has, there’d be no question who would win. Ramasamy is trying for that sweet-spot.

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