Biden will be lashing out in anger when he finds out about his latest loss to Trump

Jul 22, 2022

With majorities in both the U.S. House of Representatives and Senate hanging in the balance, all eyes are currently on the November Midterm elections.

However, it’s not too early to start looking at the 2024 Presidential contest.

And now President Joe Biden will be lashing out in anger after finding out about another loss to former President Donald Trump.

Trump vs. Biden, the Original

The 2020 Presidential election was arguably the most controversial in U.S. history.

Pandemic regulations upended the entire voting process, leading to nationwide mail-in ballots, unmanned ballot drop boxes, and political non-profit organizations harvesting ballots.

Joe Biden was declared the winner thanks to razor-thin margins in a handful of battleground states.

However, former President Donald Trump refused to admit defeat.

Despite not yet making a formal announcement, political prognosticators believe the 45th President of the United States will run for the White House for a third time in 2024.

And despite most Americans – including a majority of Democrats – not wanting him to, President Biden is insisting he does plan to run for re-election.

Trump vs. Biden, the Rematch

The paper of record in the Barnstorming State, the Des Moines Register recently conducted a poll with a potential 2020 rematch in mind for 2024.

Iowa is important in politics.

It’s the first party contests in the nation, and has traditionally been a swing state – though, the state has trended to the Right in recent years.

The DMR poll found Iowa Republicans want Trump to run in 2024.

In fact, 57% of Iowa Republicans hope Trump decides to run for President in 2024 – compared to just 33% who hope he does not, and another 10% who haven’t made up their minds yet.

But the outlook in Iowa isn’t so bright for President Biden.

Most Democrats in Iowa don’t want Biden to bother running for re-election.

The fact is, only 37% of Iowa Democrats say he should run again – while 52% want a new candidate on top of the 2024 Democrat ticket.

And just 23% of Iowans in general are eager to vote for Biden for President again.

That’s 9-points lower than Trump received from the general electorate in the DMR survey.

The poll also shows Biden’s approval rating in Iowa has hit a new low at 27%.

Not Trump vs. Biden?

Presidential hopefuls in both parties are currently waiting on final 2024 decisions from their respective standard bearers.

A slew of Democrats, including Vice President Kamala Harris, California Governor Gavin Newsom and Colorado Governor Jared Polis have begun fundraising exploration.

However, not many prominent Democrat politicians have been visiting the Hawkeye State as the party deliberates dumping Iowa as the first in the nation contest.

Meanwhile, potential GOP presidential candidates have been flooding into Iowa for visits recently, including: former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley, Arkansas Sen. Tom Cotton, former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, U.S. Sen. Tim Scott, and former Vice President Mike Pence.

POLL: Will 2024 be a Trump vs. Biden rematch?

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