Warren backs Biden's candidacy as some Democrats panic after debate


Senator Elizabeth Warren continues to support President Joe Biden's bid for the White House following his performance within the presidential debate last month. reported.

Some Democrats have questioned Biden because the party's nominee against former President Donald Trump after the June 27 debate. Biden's appearance was marked by verbal lapses, awkward pauses and mumbling that was obscure at times.

Warren said she doesn’t imagine Biden, 82, should drop out of the race, citing his track records on student loan debt relief and health care reform.

“President Biden is our candidate,” she told . “He is an excellent president. He works hard every day on behalf of working families.”

Biden tried to quell internal drama in a letter to congressional Democrats on Monday. The Democratic convention is in late August, while Trump is predicted to be nominated later this month. Biden wrote that their only job is to defeat Trump in November.

“We have 42 days until the Democratic National Convention and 119 days until the general election,” Biden said within the letter, in response to the Associated Press. “Any weakening of resolve or lack of clarity about the task ahead only helps Trump and hurts us. It is time to come together, move forward as a united party, and defeat Donald Trump.”

Warren is a robust supporter of Biden. She previously served wrote on social media after the controversy performance that “the choice is clear.”

“President Biden is a strong champion of working people, fighting to lower costs, restore abortion rights and defend democracy,” Warren wrote. “Donald Trump is a convicted felon who wants to be a dictator from day one, give tax breaks to the rich and take away our freedoms.”

Warren, who has served within the Senate since 2013, faces right-wing challengers this yr, including Quincy City Council President Ian Cain and cryptocurrency lawyer John Deaton.

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