- Fifty top Democratic officials interviewed by the New York Times said Joe Biden should not run for re-election in 2024 president
- Many were pessimistic about Biden’s leaderships, which is marred with failures
- Biden failed to pass his $1.8 trillion Build Back Better agenda and voting rights expansion bill, and faced backlash over the chaotic exit from Afghanistan
- The administration continues to face challenges from record high gas prices and soaring inflation, and a possible end to the federal abortion rights
- Many Democratic leaders also worry about the presidents age, who was the oldest man appointed to office at 78 last January
- Democrats are also at a loss of who should take control of the party as Republicans are expected to rack up major victories in the coming midterms
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