- USA TODAY interviews with DNC members in a dozen states revealed doubts about Biden’s future.
- A Democratic member of Congress has said Biden should not run in 2024. Others have been evasive.
- Biden is coming off a winning streak, but it’s unclear if that will dampen the chatter around 2024.
WASHINGTON — Howard Chou, a computer programmer from outside Denver, said Joe Biden had done an “admirable job” and had a “bad reputation” on 40-year high inflation that he said was spiraling out of control Of the president.
Still, Chou, first vice president of the Colorado Democratic Party, doesn’t want Biden to run for re-election in 2024. He worries about the president’s low approval ratings and thinks Democrats could benefit from new blood.