Biden Heads Back To Camp David


Ladies and gentlemen, let’s dive into the latest political drama swirling around President Joe Biden. After a rather shaky debate performance last Thursday, there’s buzz that Biden might be reconsidering his run for a second term in the White House. Yes, you heard that right!

Sources have spilled the beans to NBC News, revealing that Biden is set to huddle with his family at the Camp David presidential retreat in Maryland this Sunday to discuss his re-election plans. Now, you might remember that Biden had already spent a few days at Camp David prepping for the debate. The plot thickens, doesn’t it?

In response to the debate fallout, Biden’s campaign chairwoman, Jen O’Malley, released a memo expressing unwavering confidence in Biden’s ability to defeat former President Donald Trump.

Meanwhile, a senior Biden official told CNN that the president’s family, including his children and grandchildren, will be photographed by the famous Annie Leibovitz. Quite the family portrait session, right?

However, the Democratic Party is reportedly in a state of panic. Biden’s halting performance left many questioning his fitness for another four years in office. During the debate in Atlanta, hosted by CNN, whispers emerged claiming that Biden had been battling a cold.

Democratic National Committee Chairman Jaime Harrison and Biden’s campaign manager Julie Chavez Rodriguez tried to calm the storm with a pep talk on Saturday. However, according to the Associated Press, committee members felt sidelined, as no questions were allowed, and the chat function was disabled.

The pressure on Biden is mounting. There’s growing chatter about him stepping aside to allow the Democratic Party to select a new nominee at the Democratic National Convention in August. The New York Times even reported that donors are curious about who might persuade First Lady Jill Biden to convince her husband to end his campaign.

The polls aren’t doing Biden any favors either. CBS News released a survey showing that 72% of registered voters doubt Biden’s mental and cognitive health to serve as president. Interestingly, half of the respondents felt the same about Trump, who is 78.

Biden tried to ease concerns at a campaign rally in North Carolina on Friday, admitting that he doesn’t debate as well as he used to but asserting his capability to handle the presidency. Trump, on the other hand, at his rally in Virginia, claimed that Biden’s issue isn’t his age but his competence, calling the debate a “big victory against a man that really is looking to destroy our country.”