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Bernie Sanders may run for president again

Once some people start doing it, they find it hard to stop. If elected in 2024, he would be the first president over, like, probably, 100 years old to assume office.

According to the Washington Post:

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) is open to running for president in 2024 if President Biden declines to seek reelection, according to a campaign memo a top political adviser distributed to allies on Wednesday that was shared with The Washington Post.

“In the event of an open 2024 Democratic presidential primary, Sen. Sanders has not ruled out another run for president, so we advise that you answer any questions about 2024 with that in mind,” says the memo from Faiz Shakir, a close Sanders adviser who was his campaign manager when he ran in 2020.

5 thoughts on “Bernie Sanders may run for president again”

  1. Well, Bernie would probably get more votes in a Dem primary than Kamala or BootyBoy.

    By the way, he’s 80 years old. He’ll be 81 in September while Slow Joe turns 80 in November. It’s unbelievable to think that someone wants to get elected president at 83. Still, even though I totally disagree with everything he spouts, I do have to say that in the limited times I’ve observed him, Bernie is a lot sharper than Joe ever was.

  2. Well, Bernie would probably get more votes in a Dem primary than Kamala or BootyBoy.

    By the way, he’s 80 years old. He’ll be 81 in September while Slow Joe turns 80 in November. It’s unbelievable to think that someone wants to get elected president at 83. Still, even though I totally disagree with everything he spouts, I do have to say that in the limited times I’ve observed him, Bernie is a lot sharper than Joe ever was.

  3. Off topic – I totally called it the other day when I saw that the weekly schedule had Slow Joe going to Portland, OR and Seattle, WA on Thursday and Friday. They’re reliably blue states that he doesn’t need to go to in order to keep pushing the six month old “Bipartisan Infrastructure Law”. Plus, he very rarely goes west of the Mississippi. So, I figured he was going out to the west coast for fundraisers.

    Well, on Thursday after he blah, blah, blahs about “infrastructure investments” at Portland International Airport , he’s going over to the Portland Yacht Club for a DNC fundraiser. Then he flies to Seattle for another DNC fundraiser. He’s doing some dopey “Earth Day” event in Seattle on Friday and maybe some more fundraisers before he heads back to DC.

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