I am the candidate from the Democratic Party, no one is taking me out of this race: Joe Biden

US President Joe Biden said on Wednesday that he is the Democratic Party’s candidate for the November 5 presidential election and that there is no pressure on him to withdraw from the race.

Biden’s statement is in direct contrast to recent media reports that there is a view within the party that Biden’s performance in the ‘Presidential Debate’ was disappointing compared to Republican candidate Donald Trump and that he should withdraw from the race.

“I am the Democratic Party’s candidate. Nobody is kicking me out. I’m not leaving, I’m in this race till the end and we’re going to win this election. Donate to help me and Vice President Harris defeat Donald Trump in November,” Biden said at a campaign fundraiser on Wednesday.

After his poor performance in the presidential debate last Thursday in Atlanta, Biden’s ratings have plummeted and leaders from his own party are asking him to drop out of the race.

In a mass email to his supporters, he said, “Look, this campaign is bigger than you or me. Everything we believe in, everything we stand for, and everything we fight for is at risk in this election.”

He said, “If I did not have full confidence that I could complete the work that Kamala and I started on January 20, 2021, I would not have contested again. There is no other team other than this team with whom I would like to fight. Let’s join hands and complete this work.

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