Democrat Governors Issue Messages Of Support For Biden

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Some Democrat governors have pledged their support for the President amid growing concerns of Biden remaining the party’s presidential nominee following his debate performance.

Biden’s disaterous performance at the presidential debate left many Democrat officials, donores, voters, and members of the media in a panic and questioning if he would be able to serve another term as president.

Governor Gavin Newsom (D-CA) and Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D-MI) are among those who issued statements of support for Biden.

Breitbart reports: Other Democrat governors who had been on the call were Gov. Wes Moore (D-MD), Gov. Maura Healey (D-MA), Gov. Ned Lamont (D-CT), and Gov. Katie Hobbs (D-AZ). Washington, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser was also on the call, according to Deadline.

“I have three words from the President tonight — he’s all in,” Newsom wrote in a post on X. “And so am I.”

Newsom added that Biden had supported the Democrat governors, and it was “time to have his” back.

Whitmer also wrote in a post on X that Biden was the party’s “nominee” and that he was “in it to win it.”

“@JoeBiden is our nominee,” Whitmer wrote. “He is in it to win it and I support him.”

North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper (D) also issued a statement after the meeting, stating that they had talked “about what’s needed to win.”

“We had a good meeting with the President talking about what’s needed to win,” Cooper said in his statement. “Donald Trump is an existential threat to our democracy, and everyone in the room agreed that defeating him is imperative. President Biden told us he is definitely running for re-election, he is our nominee and we’ll continue doing everything we can to deliver North Carolina for him.”

Moore admitted in a statement that the Democrat governors had been “honest about the feedback” they had received and the “concerns” they were getting after Biden’s performance at the presidential debate.

“We were honest about the feedback we’re getting … and the concerns we’re hearing from people,” Moore said in a statement, according to the Guardian. “We said we would stand with him … we’re going to have his back … the results we’ve been able to see under this administration have been undeniable … We’re hopeful for the future.”

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