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CNN Is Melting Down Over Possibility That Hunter Biden Could Derail Joe’s 2024 Campaign

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Joe Biden’s job approval ratings are at record lows, with only 19% support among Hispanics and plummeting support in swing states.

Speculation is that the activities of his son, Hunter Biden, will further damage his chances at a run for reelection in 2024.

While Washington insiders are skeptical that Joe Biden’s Justice Department would indict the sitting president’s son, other factors may force Biden to be one and done after his first term, including his age and plunging approval ratings, now in the mid-30s.

Before the 2020 election, Hunter Biden’s laptop story was falsely declared Russian disinformation by dozens of former intelligence officials.

Twitter, Facebook, and other platforms suppressed the story by preventing people from sharing the link to the New York Post article reporting on the subject.

Now that the ‘disinformation has proved false, the issue is a hot topic.

Appearing on the outlet’s “The Powers That Be: Daily” podcast, Puck News reporter Tara Palmeri was asked about the odds Joe Biden will run again, which she put at “50-50,” adding that he will “wait for as long as possible” to officially announce.

“If the Democrats lose the Senate and the House, that’ll be really bad,” Palmeri said on Friday’s podcast. “And I could see that there would be a lot of pressure on Biden to announce that he’s not gonna run for reelection. It’s just gonna be a dark time between November, January, February. Like, real dark.”

“Plus, you’re gonna have all these investigations into Hunter Biden.

There’s, you know, reports that the Justice Department is looking at indicting him. It’s just gonna be a dark time. It’s not gonna be good for his family,” she added, according to a report from Fox News.

“He’s gonna be weakened. And then I think you layer in the personal stuff on top of it.

And that is what will be the deciding factor,” Palmeri said. “If it was purely political, I think Joe Biden only knows how to run. That’s all he has been doing his whole life.

But I think if he sees — if he thinks that perhaps saying he’s not gonna run for reelection will get the Republicans to drop their terrifying investigation into Hunter.”

“Here’s another thing. What if Hunter’s indicted? How can he run if his son is indicted?” Palmeri added.

Fox News adds:

Hunter Biden has been the subject of multiple federal investigations as the DOJ is looking into whether he violated any tax, money laundering and/or gun laws.

However, the major question Republicans continue to ask is whether President Biden will be implicated in any of the potential charges his son could face.

Even CNN interviews have cast a negative light on Hunter Biden’s issues.

During a segment on CNN’s “Reliable Sources” Sunday, host Brian Stelter discussed Hunter Biden being under federal investigation with his guest Michael LaRosa, the former press secretary for First Lady Jill Biden.

The conversation was sparked when Stelter cited a New York Times column by Maureen Dowd urging the president not to run for re-election. He then brought up the Department of Justice looking into Hunter’s alleged tax violations and business dealings.

“What about his son?” asked Stelter. “What about Hunter? Hunter under federal investigation, charges can be coming at any time, this is not just a right-wing media story. This is a real problem for the Bidens.”

“Could he decide not to run for re-election given his son?” Stelter asked.

“Look, they make decisions as a family and they will make that decision when it’s time,” responded LaRosa.

“Do you think they’ve talked about it yet?” Stelter asked.

“No. The president’s doing his job, he’s doing his work. He’s not focused on that,” LaRosa responded.

Stelter asked if “the press is getting ahead of the family on that.”

“Way ahead, way ahead,” LaRosa responded, before reiterating that the president “intends to run” and urging the press to focus on his “substantive wins” in the past week.

A second CNN interview eluded to the issue, Conservative Brief reports.

Obama adviser David Axelrod appeared on CNN Tuesday and was asked about a recent poll indicating that 75 percent of Democrats and Democratic-leaning voters said they do not want Biden to run again in 2024, according to Newsweek.

Responding, Axelrod said that a “time will come when these numbers have to be accounted for, and he’s going to have to make a decision” on whether he wants to run for reelection.

“I mean, obviously, this is a very unhappy bit of data for him. I’m sure, you know, it is concerning,” Axelrod said.

“But we should point out that he’s got two and a half years before the next election, or a little less than two and a half years, so you can over—you can get overly focused on one number. But there are a series of numbers that are not good for his overall approval rating,” Axelrod added.


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