President Joe Biden will have former Democratic Presidents Barack Obama and Bill Clinton support him at a fundraising event next month, NBC News reported, citing four individuals.
“Folks – I’ll be in NYC on March 28th to support @JoeBiden. Who’s coming with me? Chip in for your chance to join,” Obama tweeted, sharing a link to a page seeking donations for the Biden Victory Fund.
“Count me in. Who else is going to be there?” a post on Clinton’s account stated in response to Obama’s tweet while also linking to the donation page.
“You guys know you can just call me next time, right?” Biden’s account responded.
People who want to meet the three Democrats can also enter to win the chance to do so without donating.
“So Biden is really running?” Richard Grenell wrote in response to Obama’s tweet.
Biden, 81, is the oldest president in U.S. history and would be 86 by the end of a second term in office if he were to win re-election in 2024. He has long struggled with poor job approval polling.
Bill Clinton, whose White House tenure was more than two decades ago, is currently younger than Biden at just 77.
It appears likely that, as in 2020, Biden and Trump will be their respective parties’ presidential nominees in 2024. Trump is currently 77 years old.
Robert F. Kennedy Jr., who initially mounted a presidential bid as a Democrat but later switched to an independent run, is also currently running for president.
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