Trump adviser Dick Morris suggested that Joe Biden might drop out before the Democratic National Convention, leading to a fight for the nomination.
Morris and pollster John McLaughlin theorized that Biden would run in all primaries, then drop out just before the convention, causing a floor fight for the nomination.
“They will keep them until a few days before the convention and then he would announce he’s not running, release his delegates, and there would be a floor fight for the nomination,” Morris said. (Trending: Meet The Ultra Rich Megadonors Behind Democrats)
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“But at least there wouldn’t be a long primary battle.”
Morris believes the Democrats don’t want a long battle because the Party “didn’t want their candidates defending reparations for slavery, and men participating in women’s sports, all that stuff that hangs up the Democratic Party.”
The possibility has also been openly discussed by an adviser to Barack Obama, who expressed concerns about Biden’s recent polling numbers.
“It’s very late to change horses; a lot will happen in the next year that no one can predict & Biden’s team says his resolve to run is firm,” David Axelrod stated.
“Trump is a dangerous, unhinged demagogue whose brazen disdain for the rules, [norms], laws and institutions or democracy should be disqualifying,” he wrote later. “But the stakes of miscalculation here are too dramatic to ignore.”
“Only @JoeBiden can make this decision,” he added. “If he continues to run, he will be the nominee of the Democratic Party. What he needs to decide is whether that is wise; whether it’s in HIS best interest or the country’s?”
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