Mar 28,2021

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Biden would beat Trump again if they both run in 2024, poll suggests
       
Some 32 per cent of all respondents had a very favourable opinion of Mr Biden and 18 per cent had a somewhat favourable view. When confined to those that identify as Republicans, 61 per cent chose “very favourable” and 23 per cent said “somewhat favourable”. If the two men were to run again in 2024, on election day Mr Biden would be about to turn 82, and Mr Trump would be 78. In the 2020 election, Mr Biden won 306 electoral college votes to Mr Trump’s 232. Both candidates achieved record numbers in the popular vote, with Mr Biden winning by a margin of 7 million with 81.3 million votes.
Biden would beat Trump again if they both run in 2024, poll suggests
       
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Biden 'torched his message of unity' in press conference remark about Trump and 2024: Pollster
       
Pollster Lee Carter shared voter dials on "Fox & Friends" Friday showing failing grades from Republicans and independents on President Joe Biden's press conference comment in which he dismissed former President Trump and the Republican Party in 2024. Biden said he had "no idea whether there will be a Republican Party" when asked if he believed he would face Donald Trump again in his reelection bid. LEE CARTER: It really torched his message of unity. He says he's a president for unity, and yet he says, "I don't even know if there's a Republican Party." He was completely dismissive of Donald Trump, laughed at him.