Biden announces 2024 reelection bid: ‘Let’s finish this job’

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On Tuesday, President Joe Biden announced his official candidacy for reelection in 2024, urging voters to grant him additional time to complete his work and extend the reign of the country’s oldest president for another four years.

Despite the fact that he would be 86 years old at the end of a second term, Biden is banking on his first-term legislative accomplishments and more than 50 years of Washington experience to outweigh concerns about his age.

Although he is expected to win the Democratic nomination without significant opposition, he will face a challenging battle to retain the presidency in a fiercely divided country, the Associated Press reported.

On Tuesday, President Biden made his first public appearance since announcing his reelection bid.

During a speech to building trades union members, he gave a glimpse into how he intends to handle his responsibilities as both president and presidential candidate.

Biden emphasized his achievements and criticized his Republican opponents, while reassuring voters that he is committed to his duties as president.

Written by staff