US Presidential Election: Joe Biden is not getting the support of his own people, now 5 MPs have said something stinging

Washington: At least five MPs of the Democratic Party expressed their views on Sunday that Joe Biden should withdraw from the US presidential election to be held on November 5. This information has been given in many news reports. MPs – Jerry Nadler, Mark Takano, Joe Morell, Ted Lieu and Adam Smith expressed their views during a phone call discussion by the Democratic Party regarding Biden’s disappointing performance against his rival Donald Trump from the Republican Party in the debate held on June 27 in Atlanta.

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Biden’s rating has fallen

Biden himself has described his performance in the debate as “a bad night”. His popularity rating has declined and his own party colleagues have started questioning his health and his ability to govern for the next four years. Biden insisted that he would stay in the race and expressed confidence that he would win the election against Trump in November.

Discussion on phone call
House Minority Leader Hakeem Jeffries discussed the political scenario after the debate between Biden and Trump on June 27 in a phone call with his party colleagues in the House of Representatives. According to the report of ‘The New York Times’, this phone conversation session was described as a “session of expressing views”, the purpose of which was to get information from party colleagues about the feasibility of Biden’s claim.

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‘It’s time for Biden to leave’
The report also reported that even before this meeting, many top leaders believed that Biden should drop out of the presidential race. Quoting two people familiar with the matter, the report said that Smith, a member of the Armed Services Committee, said that it was time for Biden to leave. Four other MPs also expressed the same views and believed that it was time for Biden to drop out of the race.