President Biden has failed tremendously since coming into the White House. Many Republicans believe that he will not be running again in 2024 and now it looks like one Democrat just spilled the beans.
According to Fox, Democrat Rep. Carolyn Maloney accidentally told the New York Times earlier this month that President Biden will not run again in 2024. Maloney mistakenly believed that her comments were “off the record” but they were not.
During an interview with the New York Times’ Eleanor Randolph, Maloney said “Off the record, he’s not running again,” Maloney said.
NYT’s Editorial board member Jyoti Thottam then explained to Maloney that she was currently on the record.
“On the record? No, he should not run again,” Maloney then quickly said.
During an interview, people can say they are going off the record to make a statement, meaning that their statements will not be published. However, to go “off record” it must be agreed upon by the two parties first before the interview begins. The New York Times decided not to honor Maloney’s request to go off the record this time.
After the interview was released Maloney went on CNN and apologized to President Biden. “Mr. President, I apologize. I want you to run. I happen to think you won’t be running, but when you run or if you run, I will be there 100%. You have deserved it. You are a great president, and thank you for everything you’ve done for my state and all the states and all the cities in America. Thank you, Mr. President.”