Democratic signals towards the US presidency in 2024

And The Hill warned that some of them had already begun broadcasting their messages from coast to coast.

California Governor Gavin Newsom broadcast television advertisements on July 4 in Florida – about three thousand kilometers from Sacramento – attacking the Republican governor of that state, Ron DeSantis, whom the White House considered one of his party’s candidates in the race. .

The newspaper reported that the unusual move by the Democrat puts the Democrat in the public eye, who has previously criticized Blue Power itself (the color that distinguishes it) and the current president for being too timid in defending the right to abortion.

Last month, JB Pritzker, who is also governor but from Illinois, traveled to New Hampshire, traditionally the second state to vote in the primaries.

There she blamed the Republican Party for “trying to insult and criminalize” women’s autonomy.

Hill noted that Pritzker’s response to the July 4 mass shooting in Highland Park seemed more in tune with American liberal sentiments than Biden’s bland reaction.

Others sending messages include Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer, who is said to be considered Biden’s running mate in the 2020 election, and Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (New York).

The previous week, the New York actress had tweeted screenshots of two stories to her 13 million followers, one about how likely Biden would take “bold steps” to protect abortion rights.

In another message, he noted that White House aides were “disturbed” by Democrats’ questions about Biden’s reelection plans, accompanied by an interrogative emoji (diagram).

Observers say the 32-year-old congresswoman is old enough to be chosen in 2024 to be the 47th president of the White House.

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Meanwhile, a senior adviser to Senator Bernie Sanders (Vermont Independent) emphasized in a memo in April that the lawmaker is not ruling out “another presidential bid,” but would only be interested if Biden decided not to go ahead.

Acceptance rates for Oval Office occupants are below 40 percent on major polling averages, and inflation is at its highest level in more than four decades in the country.

In the near term, few in Washington consider it almost certain that the Republican Party will take control of the House of Representatives in the November legislative elections.

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