Biden Tells Governors That He Is Staying in the Race

In a surprising turn of events, Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden has made it clear that he is not dropping out of the race, despite calls from some to consider stepping aside. During a call with governors on Wednesday, Biden reiterated his commitment to continue his campaign for the presidency.

The former Vice President has faced mounting pressure in recent weeks, as his campaign has struggled to gain traction and his poll numbers have slipped. Some within the Democratic Party have even suggested that Biden should consider stepping aside in favor of a more viable candidate.

However, Biden made it clear to the governors that he is in the race for the long haul. He emphasized his belief that he is the best candidate to take on President Trump in the general election and to unite the country in the wake of the current political divide.

Biden’s decision to stay in the race comes at a critical time for his campaign, as the Iowa caucuses are just around the corner. With the first nominating contest fast approaching, Biden will need to ramp up his efforts to secure a strong showing in Iowa and build momentum heading into the rest of the primary season.

Despite facing criticism and doubts about his electability, Biden remains confident in his ability to win over voters and secure the Democratic nomination. He has a long history of public service and a strong track record on issues such as healthcare, climate change, and gun control, which he believes will resonate with voters across the country.

While Biden’s decision to stay in the race may come as a surprise to some, it is clear that he is determined to fight for the Democratic nomination and take on President Trump in the general election. With the support of governors and other party leaders, Biden will continue to make his case to voters and work to build a winning coalition for the 2020 election.

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