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Voters in USA seeking alternative to Biden-Trump

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Due to the upcoming mid-term elections taking place on 8th November in the USA, a lot of political action is taking place in the country, and these polls are being considered the semi-finals to the 2024 Presidential elections, and both incumbent President Joe Biden’s and former President Donald Trump’s reputation is at stake. Nevertheless, a large section of the American population wants to see neither Biden nor Trump becoming the President of the country.

Most of the Americans are now looking for a third option. As per the Harvard-CAPS Harris poll, 67% of the people opined that Biden should not fight the elections, 33% of them called him a bad President. On the other hand, 57% believe that Trump should not take part in the next election. Despite this, both Trump and Biden have, in public, multiple times expressed their wish of becoming the President of the USA once again.

Democratic leader Dean Phillips said that now the new generation should lead the way, but 19 democratic senators did not respond to this question of leadership, while Biden has stated that he will fight the elections, and has claimed that the party will decide in support of his candidature. On the other hand, Maryland Governor, Larry Hogan has said that a lot of voters of the Republican party and other American populations have got tired of this venomous politics, and want to move in a new direction. But Trump had recently announced that he had decided to fight the elections and will not change his mind.

Sonakshi Datta
Sonakshi Datta
Journalist who wants to cover the truth which others look the other way from.

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