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Biden: "I'm In This Race To The End And We're Going To Win"

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Elena Schneider at Politico reporting on X that President Biden told campaign staff in a recently concluded call with Vice President Kamala Harris: "Let me say this as clearly as I possibly can as simply and straightforward as I can: I am running…no one’s pushing me out. I’m not leaving. I’m in this race to the end and we’re going to win.”

  • Joey Garrison at USA Today reports Harris said: “We will not back down. We will follow our President’s lead. We will fight, and we will win."
  • Adds Biden said: "There is no one I'd rather be in this battle with than all of you. So let's link arms. Let's get this done. You, me, the Vice President. Together."
  • White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre told reporters moments ago that Biden has recorded two radio interviews that will air in swing states Wisconsin and Pennsylvania tomorrow morning.
  • The New York Times/Siena College has just published highly-anticipated new polling data showing that, "A [post-debate] 3-point move toward Trump ... is not a fundamental change in the race, but it adds to longstanding concerns."
  • Nate Cohen at NYT notes: "...the poll doesn’t show that the debate completely upended public opinion about the candidates. Instead, the debate exacerbated Mr. Biden’s political liabilities, which had already imperiled his re-election chances."
  • Cohen notes, what is now a prevailing view amongst analysts: "While Mr. Biden sometimes performs better than he did last week, the long-term trend suggests that the accumulated effect of countless interviews, speeches, photographs and social media posts has left much of the public with the impression that he is no longer as well equipped to serve as president."
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Elena Schneider at Politico reporting on X that President Biden told campaign staff in a recently concluded call with Vice President Kamala Harris: "Let me say this as clearly as I possibly can as simply and straightforward as I can: I am running…no one’s pushing me out. I’m not leaving. I’m in this race to the end and we’re going to win.”

  • Joey Garrison at USA Today reports Harris said: “We will not back down. We will follow our President’s lead. We will fight, and we will win."
  • Adds Biden said: "There is no one I'd rather be in this battle with than all of you. So let's link arms. Let's get this done. You, me, the Vice President. Together."
  • White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre told reporters moments ago that Biden has recorded two radio interviews that will air in swing states Wisconsin and Pennsylvania tomorrow morning.
  • The New York Times/Siena College has just published highly-anticipated new polling data showing that, "A [post-debate] 3-point move toward Trump ... is not a fundamental change in the race, but it adds to longstanding concerns."
  • Nate Cohen at NYT notes: "...the poll doesn’t show that the debate completely upended public opinion about the candidates. Instead, the debate exacerbated Mr. Biden’s political liabilities, which had already imperiled his re-election chances."
  • Cohen notes, what is now a prevailing view amongst analysts: "While Mr. Biden sometimes performs better than he did last week, the long-term trend suggests that the accumulated effect of countless interviews, speeches, photographs and social media posts has left much of the public with the impression that he is no longer as well equipped to serve as president."