An op-ed in The Washington Post calls on President Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris to drop out of the 2024 race “for the sake of the country.”
Columnist George F. Woe to a slew of Biden’s gaffes and verbal blunders as reason enough why “Joe Biden shouldn’t look up another term.”
Democrats must face this fact immediately, and this fact: Evidence from Everest shows that Vice President Harris is completely unqualified to be considered as his successor.
The scathing editorial comes just a day after Biden slurred his words during a campaign stop in Florida as he confused the US war in Iraq and Russia’s war in Ukraine — and then confused him again by saying his son Beau died in the Iraq war when, in fact, he died in 2015 of cancer. brain.
President Joe Biden said again that his son, Beau Biden, died in Iraq, while calling himself the war in Ukraine as the Iraq war, as he delivered remarks in Fort Lauderdale on Tuesday.
The op-ed first dealt with one of Biden’s gaffes that Weil believed went unnoticed.
Weil writes that Biden did not sign the $426 billion student loan forgiveness into law as the president recently claimed.
In August, Biden announced that he had decided to cancel up to $10,000 in student loan debt for people making less than $125,000 a year, or up to $20,000 for individuals in the same income bracket who were also Pell Grant recipients.
However, a federal appeals court temporarily blocked Biden’s plan, creating uncertainty for millions of borrowers. But for now, the website He is direct and accepts requests.
But in his opinion piece on Wednesday, Weill made his point that the loan forgiveness wasn’t something that was accomplished through a “law” that Biden signed.
Biden wasn’t just embellishing his accomplishments again. This isn’t just one of his verbal duets,” he wrote. There is no less than terrifying explanation for his complete bewilderment. what vote? Who voted?
He continued, “After repeated unilateral extensions of a hold on loan repayments through election season, Biden has unilaterally implemented a windfall for millions of voters. Congress was not implicated in this cascade of money from the Treasury, in violation of the Appropriations Clause of the Constitution.
“It’s scary that Biden doesn’t know or remember what he’s done recently with regard to so important a policy,” he wrote. It must be assumed that he is subject to similar bouts of bewilderment in the future. He should leave the public stage on January 20, 2025.
On Tuesday evening, Biden said again that his son, Beau Biden, died in Iraq, while calling himself describing the war in Ukraine as the Iraq war, while giving remarks in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
“Inflation is a global problem at the moment,” the president said. “There is a war in Iraq and the impact of that on oil and what Russia is doing. Sorry, the war is in Ukraine,” he said.
Then Biden explained, “I’m thinking about Iraq, because that’s where my son died — because he died.”
Beau Biden, who served as Delaware’s Attorney General and in the Delaware Army National Guard in the Iraq War, died at age 46 in 2015 of brain cancer at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland.
Beau Biden (left) died of brain cancer in 2015 after serving in Iraq. Pictured with then Vice President Joe Biden (R) in 2009 at Camp Victory on the outskirts of Baghdad.
The president has long linked his service, and the military’s use of burn drills, to Pugh’s brain cancer diagnosis.
From my point of view, I can’t prove it yet, he came back with stage 4 glioblastoma. “He lived eighteen months, knowing he was going to die,” Biden said in 2019.
Biden previously said Beau died in Iraq while speaking at Camp Hill, Colorado, last month.
Just imagine — I mean it sincerely — saying this as the father of a man who won the Bronze Star, the Conspicuous Service Medal, and lost his life in Iraq. Imagine the bravery, the daring, the real sacrifice – the real sacrifice they all made.
Biden was in Florida to take on Republicans just a week before the midterm elections.
The Washington Post columnist also called for Biden’s vice president to drop out of the 2024 race, recounting several instances in which, he said, he sounded like “someone doing a report on a book you haven’t read.”
Her style smacks of self-satisfaction, exaggerating her abilities. Lacking natural talent, she needs to be prepared, but she clearly doesn’t. Complacency and arrogance make a devastating compound,” he wrote.
Last month, critics slammed Harris for her nostalgic comments about riding a ‘yellow school bus’ at an event that unveiled a program aimed at reducing emissions by replacing diesel buses with electric vehicles.
Critics have stormed Vice President Kamala Harris for gushing about her love and nostalgia for “yellow school buses.” Pictured: Harris laughs with EPA Administrator Michael Reagan during a ride on electric school buses at Meridian High School in Falls Church, Virginia on May 20, 2022
Speaking at Lumen Field in Seattle, Washington, last week, the vice president asked, “Who doesn’t love a yellow school bus?” In front of the background are four electric school buses.
Critics said she sounded more like a teacher talking to young children than a vice president making remarks on a presidential initiative.
Radio host Clay Travis said the scene proves the administration can’t “let her speak out.”
“The Democrats are hiding Kamala, but she just had a press conference and spoke about the yellow school buses, and luckily, they can’t let her speak publicly about anything,” he wrote on Twitter.
Comedian Terence K. tweeted. Lord Jesus help us all. It’s embarrassing! Raise your hand if you agree.
Florida Republican politician Laverne Spicer, who failed in her primary bid for the House of Representatives earlier this year, tweeted: “Guess what Kamala? I don’t like a yellow school bus. I like diesel fuel that runs on your party cause We ran out of ourselves though.
Gas prices have been skyrocketing — rising to record levels since Biden took office and Russian President Vladimir Putin invaded Ukraine in February.
Republicans are ripping apart the Biden administration and Democrats for hiding environmental issues in their funding and spending bills, especially those they claim prioritize green initiatives over taxpayers.
Nearly $1 billion, funded in part by a bipartisan 2021 infrastructure bill, will go toward school districts to replace diesel buses with electric ones.
Will appear in Donald Trump’s home state to blast ‘MAGA Republicans’, who allegedly want to cut social programs and raise taxes on the wealthy
Biden, who is battling low approval ratings, is spending his final week on the campaign trail trying to compare how Democrats will govern against Republicans as voters prepare to head to the polls on November 8.
He will deliver his closing arguments at stops in New Mexico, Pennsylvania and Maryland over the next seven days.
He’s not the only Democrat hitting the campaign trail. Jill Biden heads to Pennsylvania on Wednesday. Meanwhile, Barack Obama will be in Nevada on Tuesday for Democratic Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto, who faces a tough re-election campaign and heads to Arizona on Wednesday to campaign for Sen. Mark Kelly.
Meanwhile, Trump will hold a rally in Miami on Sunday even though he will be campaigning for Republicans in general. DeSantis, who was rumored to be a 2024 presidential contender, is not scheduled to appear with him.
Donald Trump will stage a Republican rally on Sunday in Miami
Florida has become an increasingly difficult state for Democrats to win. Trump carried her in 2016 and 2020.
DeSantis has leveraged anti-virus sentiment to push back against lockdown restrictions and signed legislation against vaccine mandates.
Biden is looking to increase voter turnout but is distancing himself from most states that have become battlegrounds.
The president has not visited Arizona, Nevada, or Georgia — three states that helped cement the White House — and is not expected to do so. All three states have contested Senate races.
The president will join Barack Obama in Philadelphia on Saturday to campaign for gubernatorial candidate Josh Shaprio and Senate challenger John Fetterman.
With the Senate currently sitting at 50-50 — and Vice President Kamala Harris leading the tie-breaking vote — any race could decide which party is in the majority next year.