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November 28, 2023
Watch: Here's How Democrats Can Replace Joe Biden And Why They Would
Democratic officials all across the country have been moving to boost their national profiles and rumors have been circulating that this is intended to position themselves to run for president if President Biden unexpectedly drops out. Today’s show breaks down some insight into how the Democratic National Committee can and might replace Biden.
According to the 2024 Call for the Democratic National Convention, “In the event of death, resignation or disability of a nominee of the Party for President or Vice President after the adjournment of the National Convention, the National Chairperson of the Democratic National Committee shall confer with the Democratic leadership of the United States Congress and the Democratic Governors Association and shall report to the Democratic National Committee, which is authorized to fill the vacancy or vacancies."
In other words, they just pick the nominee.
The Democratic National Convention will take place in the City of Chicago from Aug. 19 to Aug. 22, which is about 75 days before the election.
"I don't know that this is going to happen but I would put money on a 75 percent chance that [Biden] does not run, that he is not the nominee," Gerald A said. "Given what we are seeing, I think it is likely that this is going to happen."
At least six Democratic lawmakers have established national political organizations, embarked on foreign trips, and visited states that usually hold early primaries.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, Gov. Gavin Newsom, and Gov. J.B. Pritzker all recently launched national political groups — "Fight Like Hell PAC," "Campaign for Democracy," and "Think Big America," according to Axios.
Not surprisingly, Newsom's group focuses on the Second Amendment, while Whitmer and Pritzker's groups are concerned with abortion.
"Obviously, the one that I think is going to be the front runner here [is] Gavin Newsom,” Gerald A said.
Who would you be most nervous or apprehensive to see replace Biden?