The PRESIDENT of the United States, Joe Biden, has refused to withdraw from the November election, when there is pressure to ask him to withdraw from the race after losing his debate with Donald Trump last week. Reporting International Networks … (continue).

His spokeswoman, Karine Jean-Pierre, has denied that Biden told one of his close associates that the possibility of his re-election is at risk, in case he fails to restore public confidence in him after the negative results of the debate.

Biden has claimed that his defeat in the debate was due to being burdened with responsibilities and being very tired in recent days.

Some governors of his Democrat party who met yesterday Wednesday with Biden, have said that they still have faith in him even though they have admitted that the debate was bad for him.

Last Wednesday, Biden had a private lunch with the Vice President, Kamala Harris at the White House as speculation increased if he would take his place as the party's candidate in the November election.

Kamala Harris, Vice President of the United States
The two joined the Democratic campaign where Biden made it clear that he would remain in the race and Harris insisted on supporting him. "I am the nominee of the Democratic Party. There is no one to take me away. I'm not leaving," he said.

Questions have been raised as to whether the 81-year-old will continue his campaign following the debate with Trump, which featured a lot of awkwardness, a weak voice and some answers that were difficult to follow. That raised concerns in the Democratic party about his ability to win the election.

The pressure to ask Biden to resign has increased in just a few days because many polls show that his Republican opponent is gaining popularity. A New York Times poll conducted after the debate, which was published Wednesday, showed Trump holding the widest lead of six points.

And a separate poll published by the BBC's American affiliate CBS News showed that Trump has a three-point lead over Biden in key states. The vote also showed that the former president was leading nationally.

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