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Gavin Newsom Announces his Decision on Potential 2024 Presidential Campaign

On Saturday, California Democrat Governor Gavin Newsom clarified his intentions on a Presidential run in 2024, it’s not happening. President Biden is expected to be the Democratic nominee again in his reelection bid.

Newsom also stated that even if Biden were to decline his reelection opportunity the California Governor still would not enter the race.

Politico had an exclusive interview with Newsom on election night as the Democrat secured his third victory in just five years for the post of governor. “I’ve told everyone in the White House, from the chief of staff to the first lady,” he told Politico reporter Jonathan Martin.

Although the party seems weary of a Biden reelection bid, Newsom claims “I’m all in, count me in,” for Biden, a sentiment he reiterated to Ron Klain and Jill Biden over the summer as fears grew he would challenge the President in 2024.

“He not only beat Trump once, I think he can beat him again,” said Newsom, emphatically behind the future 82-year-old candidate. “I hope he runs, I’ll enthusiastically support him.”

“I saw what the Republican Party can do when they’re focused, trying to take us out in an off-year, off-month election — I respected the hell out of that,” he said. “That taught me a lot about the other side and it gives me a sense of what we’re capable of doing when we’re focused.”

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Newsom’s leadership has been some of the most polarizing in the nation. Leading the country’s largest state down the liberal path they requested. This has prompted many companies to flee as taxes rise and a homeless problem that continues to storm on.

Politico also explains the possibility of a 2028 run from the progressive leader saying: “The governor insists he won’t run for president even if Biden doesn’t run — “the answer is no,” he said — but is less emphatic about 2028 when he’ll turn 61 and his children will be older.”

This news is surprising as the Biden reelection news doesn’t have much support even from Democrats. In a poll, 92% of respondents would not allow Biden’s reelection under theoretical age limit legislation.

“My hunch is that we need new leadership across the board – Democrats, Republicans, I think it’s time for a generational move,” Ohio Democratic Senate nominee Tim Ryan said when asked if Biden should run for re-election.

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