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Michelle Obama has ruled out the possibility of replacing Joe Biden as the Democratic Party nominee

Former United States First Lady, Michelle Obama, has firmly asserted her position in response to reports suggesting she might consider replacing Joe Biden as the Democratic Party nominee for the 2024 presidential election

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Former United States First Lady, Michelle Obama, has firmly asserted her position in response to reports suggesting she might consider replacing Joe Biden as the Democratic Party nominee for the 2024 presidential election. Speculations arose due to concerns about Biden’s age, with some Democrats expressing worries that an 86-year-old president might not align with the public’s preferences at this time. However, Michelle Obama has made it clear that she has no intention of stepping into the role as Biden’s replacement.

However, the former First Lady’s team told NBC that “She will not be running for President.”

“Mrs Obama supports President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris’ reelection campaign,” said Obama’s communications director, Crystal Carson.

Biden, on his part, has brushed aside speculations surrounding his ability to continue in the race.

He told MSNBC in May that he thinks his age is an asset for his candidacy because he’s “more experienced than anybody that’s ever run for the office.”

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