The Left is NOT Convinced Biden is FIT to LEAD

Dems Discuss Biden’s FUTURE

Leaders in the Democratic Party of Congress will meet to talk about President Biden’s inexperienced re-election campaign despite calls for him to withdraw from the contest.


According to an NBC News report that Fox News has verified, House Minority Leader Hakeem Jeffries, D-N.Y., is hosting a virtual meeting with key Democrats on Sunday. The leaders are anticipated to talk about the direction of Biden’s campaign.



According to a source familiar with the plans, Jeffries and senior committee Democrats will be present at the meeting; but, the whole Democratic caucus will not be present.


After Biden’s 22-minute interview with ABC News on Friday, the Biden campaign wanted to allay concerns that the president lacked the necessary skills to carry on with the campaign and defeat former President Donald Trump in December. This meeting follows that event. Rather, the interview stoked fresh concerns among Democrats already unsettled by Biden’s appalling performance in the debate last week.



After the interview, ABC News’ chief Washington correspondent Jonathan Karl said, “Look, Biden looked better and certainly more coherent than he did during the debate, but there’s nothing in this interview that is calming the nerves of jittery Democrats who fear that Joe Biden is on a trajectory to lose this race, to lose to Donald Trump.”

At one point, Biden, nevertheless, declared that he would not withdraw unless “the Lord Almighty were to come down and say, ‘Joe, get outta the race.'” This was a combative tone.


But Democrats, many of whom have expressed fears a mediocre performance by Biden at the head of the Democratic ticket might cost the party Congressional seats, are clearly not swayed.


According to NBC, the House committee leaders’ gathering, which is set for Sunday at 2:00 p.m., is not a component of any regularly planned gathering for prominent Democrats. Sen. Mark Warner, a Democrat from Virginia, is planning a gathering of Democratic senators for the upcoming week to talk about Biden’s electability and the implications for contests further down the ticket.



Although other Democrats have kept their worries about the president’s electability to themselves, an increasing number of them have publicly urged Biden to resign.


Meanwhile, Biden loyalists such as Sen. John Fetterman, D-Pa., have urged others not to panic. “I can’t think of a single situation where panicking or freaking out has made a situation better,” Fetterman said in an interview with NBC News.