Joe Biden: Three Democratic governors pledge their support for the president in his re-election bid | United States Elections 2024 | Democratic Party | New York | Minnesota | Maryland | Donald Trump | Latest | WORLD

Joe Biden: Three Democratic governors pledge their support for the president in his re-election bid | United States Elections 2024 | Democratic Party | New York | Minnesota | Maryland | Donald Trump | Latest | WORLD
Joe Biden: Three Democratic governors pledge their support for the president in his re-election bid | United States Elections 2024 | Democratic Party | New York | Minnesota | Maryland | Donald Trump | Latest | WORLD

3/7/2024 21H13 – UPDATED 3/7/2024 21H13

Democratic governors of the states of NY, Minnesota y Marylandthey assured that they promised their full support to the president of USA, Joe Bidenas the president faces a growing wave of voices within and outside his own party calling for him to withdraw from the election campaign.

The president has supported us (…) and The governors support him, we are working together to make it very clear.. The path to victory in November is priority number one“said Minnesota Governor, Tim Walzto the media after leaving a meeting with the president.

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More than twenty Democratic governors met in the White House in person and virtually with the president to calm the nerves that arose within that political force after its weak performance in the first presidential debate.

New York Governor Kathy Hochul, Minnesota Governor Tim Walz and Maryland Governor Wes Moore leave the White House after a meeting with Joe Biden in Washington, DC, on July 3, 2024. (Photo by Jim WATSON / AFP)

Maryland Governor, Wes Mooresaid Biden would clearly emerge victorious from the November election, while Walz, who is also the chairman of the Democratic Governors Associationconsidered that Biden remains the same strong man who defeated his opponent, the former Republican president, in the past Donald Trump (2017–2021).

What we saw today is the guy we all believed could beat Donald Trump, and he did.“Walz said.

This afternoon’s meeting was not an initiative of the White House, but rather arose from a call to discuss the debate organized on Monday by the governor of Minnesota.

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Other influential figures of the Democratic Party like the former president Barack Obama (2009-2017), have expressed support for the president, however there are mixed opinions within this political force.

In addition, fears of a possible electoral failure for the Democrats have spread to party donors, who have publicly expressed their concern.

This Wednesday, Netflix co-founder and one of the largest donors to the US Democratic Party, Reed Hastingscalled for the president’s resignation as a candidate for “allow a vigorous Democratic leader to defeat Trump”.

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