After Nancy Pelosi’s statement, the pressure on President Biden not to contest the election began to increase

US President Joe Biden is under increasing pressure from former Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s statement

According to the AFP news agency, eight Democratic members of the House of Representatives have openly asked Biden not to participate in the election, but now the first member of the Senate, Peter Welsh, has come forward in opposition.

In his article written in the Washington Post newspaper, Democrat Senator Peter Welsh asked Joe Biden to withdraw from the presidential race ‘in the interest of the country’.

Earlier, Chuck Schumer, the leader of the majority party Democrats in the Senate, had indicated to donors in a personal capacity that he was ready to give another candidate a chance to replace Biden on the party ticket.

However, in a statement released by his office on Wednesday, Chuck Schumer said, “I support President Biden and am committed to defeating Donald Trump in the November election.”

Bollywood actor George Clooney, who collected $30 million in donations for Joe Biden’s presidential campaign, has also published a devastating article in the New York Times, in which he wrote, “It’s sad to say, but Joe Biden and I At a fundraiser three weeks ago, this is not the 2010 Biden.’

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George Clooney added, ‘This 2020 isn’t even Joe Biden.’

The Bollywood actor wrote that Joe Biden will lose the presidential election and the Democrats will face defeat in both chambers of Congress, the House of Representatives and the Senate.

In response to George Clooney’s article, Biden’s election campaigners said the president had expressed his determination to run.

Nancy Pelosi's statement

Explaining the reason for his disappointing performance during the June 27 presidential debate, Biden said that he was unwell due to travel and a cold.

President Biden will give an interview to American channel NBC on Monday in an attempt to woo voters once again.

The 86-year-old former Speaker of the House of Representatives, Nene Pelosi, said in an interview with the TV channel MSNBC, “It is up to the president to decide whether to run (election) or not.”

“We are all encouraging them to make this decision because time is running out,” he added.

Nancy Pelosi said Joe Biden should decide by the end of the NATO summit. The ongoing NATO summit in Washington will end on Thursday.

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