Biden Ignores Question About Whether He Will Serve Full Term If Reelected

President Joe Biden was quizzed during a visit to Pennsylvania about whether he will be able to serve a full four-year term if he gets reelected to the White House in November. Standing by the tarmac with a group of supporters, a reporter asked him what his plans were regarding serving a full term should he win the election.

“President Biden, will you be serving your full four-year term or handing over power to Vice President Harris?” the reporter asked.

In response, Biden pointed a finger to his head and shouted, “You’re not hurt, are you?”

The reporter replied, “I can’t hear you. Can you approach?”

Responded with a seemingly angry face, Biden asked, “Did you fall on your head or something?” while the people around him laughed.

The reporter’s question comes amid concerns among top Democrats that Biden might lose the election to former President Donald Trump. The incumbent has trailed behind the Republican Party presidential candidate in polls, with a Hart Research/Public Opinion Strategies/NBC News poll finding that 73% of voters believe that the United States is “out of control” and on the “wrong track” under Biden’s leadership. With that number, Biden beats the record high set by former President George W. Bush in 2008 with three percentage points.

Polls also show Biden losing support among demographics that backed his bid in 2020 and contributed to his victory in their numbers. Among Hispanics, he has five points less than Trump, as reported by ABC News/ Ipsos.

According to the Wall Street Journal, 30% of black men and 11% of black women plan to vote for Trump. Among suburban women, Biden is tied with Trump, according to ABC News/Ipsos, as he is tied Trump among 18-29-year-olds, per New York Times.

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