Barack Obama's worried Joe Biden will LOSE the White House in 2024: report

Obama has reportedly been a key component of Biden's administration.

Katie Daviscourt Seattle WA
Barack Obama is reportedly concerned about President Biden's re-election campaign and believes that there is a high chance Biden could lose in 2024.

Sources told the Wall Street Journal that Obama is troubled by Biden's shot at winning re-election, saying that the former Democrat president "knows this is going to be a close race" and "feels that Democrats very well could lose" to Republicans in 2024.

President Biden, who served as Obama's vice president, is currently trailing behind Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump in every swing state, per a recent poll.

Obama's comments come as voters have consistently voiced concerns about Biden's age, open-border illegal immigration policies, high inflation, gas prices, foreign policy, and other matters associated with the Biden administration's economic policies.

Since Biden took over the White House in 2021, Obama has reportedly been a key component of his administration, working behind the scenes and attending Democrat donor meetings in a highly secretive manner.

The source told the outlet that Obama worries that "the alternative is pretty dangerous for democracy."

Democratic strategist Simon Rosenberg, who is not affiliated with the Biden campaign, is less concerned by the polls but wants to see the Biden campaign act with greater urgency.

"The general election is going to come quicker than we all expected," Rosenberg said. "I think it's just time for the Biden campaign to turn on fully."

He is hopeful in part because Democrats have a history of performing better than predicted on election day, as seen by the results of the most recent elections in Virginia and Kentucky as well as the midterm elections in 2022.

"There's something more powerful in our discourse, in our daily politics, than disappointment in Joe Biden and the Democrats—and that's fear and opposition to MAGA," said Rosenberg.

Meanwhile, GOP presidential contenders have hit the campaign trail running and voters, who have become motivated by the persecution of Donald Trump at the hands of a weaponized justice system, are increasingly energized to ensure that Republicans take back the White House in 2024.

A new poll released last week shows Donald Trump leading in all six swing states less than a year out from the election.

The poll, conducted by Redfield & Wilton Strategies in partnership with the Telegraph, found that Trump was leading over Biden 40 to 33 percent in Arizona, 44 to 34 percent in Florida, 45 to 35 percent in Georgia, 39 to 38 percent in Michigan, 44 to 35 percent in North Carolina, and 44 to 37 percent in Pennsylvania.

In regards to voters’ concerns about the economy, many in swing states believe Trump is the better candidate to get the economy back on track, with Arizona voters preferring Trump to Biden 51 to 33 percent, Florida voters preferring the 2024 GOP frontrunner 46 to 39 percent, Georgia voters preferring Trump 50 to 34 percent, Michigan voters preferring Trump 50 to 34 percent, North Carolina voters preferring Trump over the incumbent 55 to 32 percent, and Pennsylvania voters preferring Trump over Biden 53 to 34 percent.
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