A Democrat looks forward to facing off against the GOP’s next presidential nominee to decide who controls the White House next.

Joe Biden, 78, believes he will still be active in federal politics when the time comes to prepare for the 2024 presidential race.

“The answer is ‘yes,’ my plan is to run for re-election,” he said in a statement. “That is my expectation.”

The oldest political candidate who was elected to the Oval Office completely dismissed rumors that he might retire before having the chance to run for another four years in public office.

Such a move means Vice President Kamala Harris would hypothetically be next-in-line to be sworn in as the 47th president of the United States.

Biden recently suffered from a major memory lapse while delivering a presidential update on the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Virus on March 18. Speculation grew that he might retire from politics before the end of his first term because he appeared to forget he was the incumbent president and suggested Harris would become his successor.

“When President Harris and I took a virtual tour of a vaccination center in Arizona not long ago, one of the nurses on that tour—injecting people—giving vaccinations, said that each shot was like administering a dose of hope—’a dose of hope’ that is how she phrased it,” he said in an earlier statement.

The strange remarks came as the Biden administration celebrated delivering 100 million CCP Virus vaccines across the nation.

“Behind these 100 million shots are millions of lives changed when people receive that dose of hope: grandparents can hug their grandchildren again,” Biden said. “Frontline workers who can show up at their jobs without the same fear they used to have. Teachers—with the confidence to head back into the classroom.”

The Democrat later indicated he was secretly a big fan of former President Donald Trump, even though his predecessor had many times described him as a “sleepy Joe” who lacks the will to respond to change.

“My predecessor need do–needed to … my predecessor, oh God, I miss him,” Biden said.

A Monmouth University poll recently revealed the Democrat’s disapproval rating soared 12 percentage points to 42% after spending just weeks in the Oval Office. Only 8% said they had “no opinion” of Biden at the time, representing half of the previous result back in late January.

In addition to this, Biden’s approval rating dropped three percentage points to only 51% during the same period. His overall job disapproval rating for Congress was an overwhelming 59%, with just 30% who approved.

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