The Democratic Party DENY Drop Out Claims


During Sunday’s televised appearances, former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and former House Majority Whip Rep. James Clyburn (D-S.C.) endorsed President Biden, stating that he ought to stay in the race despite his appalling debate performance.


Despite acknowledging that Biden had a “bad night” on Thursday, the senators rejected the mounting demands for him to withdraw from the campaign during their appearances on CNN’s “State of the Union”. Pelosi said that he performed poorly mainly because of the “lies” told by former President Trump, whereas Clyburn contended that he was overwhelmed with preparation.


CNN anchor Dana Bash launched her discussion with Pelosi by quoting a study finding that 72% of Americans feel Biden is no longer psychologically capable of holding office.

“Well, what do they think about the other guy?” Pelosi questioned voters. “After that performance, do they still believe he has the moral character to be president? Let’s avoid evaluating a president on the basis of just one debate.


“The fact is, the reaction to the lies of Donald Trump is something that… people are focusing on, and to have a debate where you have to spend half your time negating what he said because he knows nothing about the truth,” she said. “On one side of the screen, you have integrity, and on one side you have dishonesty.”


In his interview with Bash, Clyburn—who until last year held the position of House assistant Democratic leader—also downplayed Biden’s awkward debate, expressing complete faith in Biden’s ability to defeat Trump in November and continue leading the free world for an additional four years.