US Presidential Election 2024 | US President Joe Biden announces re-claim for the top post in 2024

File Pic Washington. President Joe Biden on Tuesday announced his bid for the top job again in 2024, less than three years after defeating his predecessor, Donald Trump. He launched his campaign by calling on Americans to re-elect him, along with Vice President Kamala Harris, to save democracy and “get the job done.” Biden (80) of the Democratic Party made this announcement in a three-minute campaign video. This video starts with one word ‘Freedom’. President Biden has been active in politics for several decades. Biden argues that abortion rights, protecting democracy, voting rights and the Social Security system will be among the most important issues in the 2024 election. He said, “Every generation of Americans has faced a moment when they had to stand up to defend democracy. Had to stand up for their fundamental freedoms. I believe it is our right. This is the reason why I am contesting again for the post of President of America. Join us Let’s get this done.” US President Joe Biden announces that he is running for re-election as President of the United States — ANI (@ANI) April 25, 2023 Said that every generation of Americans has faced a moment when they have to defend democracy, stand up for our individual liberties, and stand up for our right to vote and our civil rights. Biden said, “It’s ours.” Let’s get it done.” The current Vice President Indian-American Kamala Harris will present a claim on behalf of the Democratic Party for this post in 2024 as well. Their campaign stated, “Joe and Kamala are running for re-election, and we need your help to spread the word.” In the video, Biden called the 2024 election a fight against Republican extremism. He said that he needed more time to fully realize his resolve to restore the character of the nation. He said in the video, “When I ran for president four years ago, I said we were fighting for the soul of America. And we’re still fighting. The question we face is whether we have more freedom or less freedom, more rights or less in the coming years. The video begins with images from January 6, 2021 riots and protests by abortion rights activists at the US Supreme Court. He said, “The question we face is whether we will have more freedom or less in the years to come. Will there be more rights or less. Biden said, “I know what answer I want and I think you know too.” This is not the time to be complacent. That’s why I am contesting again.” Biden turned 80 last November. If he is re-elected in 2024, he will be the oldest president ever in US history. Former US President Donald Trump is currently leading the Republicans to win the party’s nomination to challenge him next November. Two Indian Americans, Nikki Haley and Vivek Ramaswamy, are also running for the presidency from the Republican Party. Vice President Harris urged Americans to come together to fight for democracy, continue progress, and ensure that all Americans can thrive and thrive. “This is an important moment in our history,” Harris said. Harris is the first woman and the first Indian American and the first African American to become the Vice President of the country. “For two years, we’ve invested in building a nation where everyone can live safe and sound, get a decent job, and retire with dignity,” Harris said in a statement just after Biden’s video was released. May be In response, extremists have intensified attacks on basic, fundamental freedoms and rights.” “For example, they want to take away a woman’s right to decide about her own body. They attack the right to vote and try to silence the voice of the people. And they try to block reforms meant to save lives and keep Americans safe from gun violence.” Harris said, “The Republicans running for president want to take our country backwards. We will not let this happen. As we did in 2020, we must come together to fight for our democracy, continue to make progress, and ensure that all Americans can thrive and thrive.” “Joe and I look forward to getting this job done, winning this battle for the soul of the nation, and serving the American people for four more years in the White House,” the statement said. In a statement before Biden’s announcement, Trump alleged that the president had “completely disgraced our nation on the world stage – beginning with the Afghanistan disaster that was perhaps the most shameful event in our nation’s history.” It meant a lot to our enemies when they saw that dreadful return.” He said, “Russia is joining hands with China. Iran is days away from a nuclear bomb – unimaginable. Ukraine has been devastated by an invasion that would never have happened if I were president – ​​and Joe Biden has brought us to the brink of World War III. They say Trump was right about everything. Well, I’m not predicting World War III, but I will say this: We’re so close and they’re only talking about nuclear weapons.” Trump alleged, “Above all, Biden is the most corrupt president in the history of America….” (agency)

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