Biden Says New Year’s Resolution Is To Get Reelected

President Joe Biden says his New Year’s resolution is to “come back” in 2025. He revealed his plans while speaking to reporters as he went to dinner with granddaughter Natalie Biden and First Lady Jill Biden amid his vacation with his family in St. Croix, the U.S. Virgin Islands.

“Mr. President! What’s your New Year’s resolution, sir?” the reporter asked.

“To come back next year,” he responded.

When he was asked if there was anything else, he said that coming back is “the biggest one.”

“I know you guys hate this assignment down here. I’m sorry to bring you down here,” he added.

There have been different interpretations of Biden’s remarks, as a report from The Washington Examiner stated that the president was talking about the vacation destination at the Virgin Islands.

A different interpretation was offered on “Fox & Friends” on Sunday, as the hosts suggested that the resolution was him referring to going back to his work in the White House after his vacation.

For Pete Hegseth, Biden’s resolution was about staying alive.

“That’s what it feels like, right?” said cohost Johnny Joey Jones, per Mediaite.

“That’s what Obama told him, to stay alive,” Rachel Campos-Duffy weighed in.

““Joe, just make it, man,” Jones stated, as Hegseth playfully butted in with, “I’m just coming back next year — which is tomorrow.”

Jones also had another piece of advice for Biden as the year 2024 began.

“Don’t let the dog bite as many people, don’t let the kids get in as much trouble,” he said.

Former Biden campaign manager Kate Bedingfield also weighed in on Biden’s comments during a discussion with CNN anchor Dana Bash.

“We love a New Year’s resolution we can keep, right? The best resolutions are the ones you can keep,” she said, adding, “Look, it is absolutely going to be a rocky and challenging and close campaign. I don’t think there is any doubt about that, I certainly don’t think anybody in the Biden operation has any doubt about that. It’s going to be a challenging campaign.”