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Joe Biden is the apparent nominee for the Democrat Party, but some think that could change any minute.
Gov. Chris Sununu (R-NH) believes there is a greater than 50% chance that President Joe Biden will not be on the Democratic ticket in 2024.
Sununu discussed his thoughts on the 2024 election on Fox News. While most people are focused on the Republican nominee and assume Biden’s participation in the general election is a foregone conclusion, the New Hampshire Republican argued that the Democratic ticket isn’t either.
Despite the fact that much of the Democratic Party has endorsed Biden, he believes he will not be the party’s nominee.
“Oh, absolutely,” Sununu said when asked if he thought Biden will not be the Democratic nominee in 2024. “Look, I’m not saying it’s definitely going to happen, but I think there’s a greater than 50% chance he’s not on the ballot come November ’24.”
He then outlined two scenarios: one in which Biden voluntarily steps down before the nomination, citing health concerns, and uses his delegates to appoint someone else, and the other in which a prominent, self-funded Democrat comes forward and challenges him. He ruled out any governors running unless chosen by Biden himself.
“I don’t think any of the Democratic governors are going to stand up and do it this fall,” Sununu said.
“They’re probably just hoping to be coronated by Joe Biden next summer, but I’m predicting probably at least one if not two.”
When asked, he refused to disclose any possible names.
The New Hampshire governor also stated that he is undecided about which Republican he will support, stating that he is giving them all an opportunity first but that they must earn his vote.
“They’ve got to earn my vote, as well as anybody else in New Hampshire,” he said.
“So I’m helping. I was at events for Nikki Haley. I’m gonna do an event with Chris Christie. I’m gonna go see Vivek Ramaswamy. I’m helping them all. I’m gonna do a bunch of events with Will Hurd … so I’m helping them all as much as I can … to see who rises to the top.”
Sununu, on the other hand, predicted that former President Donald Trump, the clear front-runner for the Republican candidacy, will run into problems and possibly lose the race.
“When it becomes a one-on-one race shortly after New Hampshire, Trump’s in trouble,” Sununu said.
“It’s not … the polls that Trump has. It’s the polls that Trump does not have — for an incumbent Republican president to only be getting, you know, low 40% or high 30% in a place like New Hampshire. That means 60% of the people don’t want him. And even of his own supporters, a recent poll says 50% would go to somebody else if given a good option, so he’s in trouble when we get it really narrowed down.”
Sununu himself was considered a possible Republican presidential contender in 2024 and flirted with the idea, but he ruled it out.
With his penchant for attacking Trump and cutting backroom deals on abortion funding, many conservatives were happy he took his name out of the hat.
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