Newsom Breaks Silence About Replacing Biden

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( – California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) has dismissed the suggestions that he could step up and become the nominee of the Democratic party in the place of President Joe Biden in 2024. Newsom has claimed that the conservative media have been pushing forward this idea and giving it further legitimacy. 

During an interview with “Meet The Press” on Sunday he argued that this was not an “interesting” conversation but rather a “damning” one that was pushed from the other side. He added that he knew that this was coming from the other side and that he was aware of how Fox and other media were loving “ginning this stuff up.”

Much like he has in the past, Newsom reiterated that he was not running for the White House in 2024. He added that not only has the train of joining the primary election left the station, but that at this stage they would just enjoy the accomplishments record as they push for Biden’s reelection.

Biden and former president Donald Trump are widely expected to be their parties’ respective nominees which is going to lead to them having a rematch in the 2020 presidential election.

Many political observers have argued that Newsom could replace Biden as the party’s nominee following the rise in concerns relating to the President’s age. The governor has also slammed Fox News, the top-watched cable channel, and has pushed the Democrats in the past few months to be more aggressive in pushing against the messaging that was being put forward by the network.

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