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Why aren’t any Democrats running against Joe Biden in 2024? The trouble with ‘intra-party’ challenges to a sitting president

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With more Americans expressing their disapproval of President Joe Biden in recent months, according to the latest polling analysis, why aren’t the Democrats lining up to challenge him?

It’s a question that appears to be on the minds of many observers and pundits—and voters, too—amid polling that shows most Americans don’t want Biden to run again. Biden’s low favorability, coupled with his advanced age—another point of concern for many—might have been enough to make the case for an “intra-party” presidential challenge. 

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