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Biden defies Trump and threatens him with a "new defeat"

Biden defies Trump and threatens him with a “new defeat”

In an interview with CNN, he said: Biden It is after the mid-term legislative elections scheduled for November: “I will engage in a decision-making process” on Elections 2024.

confirmed Democratic President That if he were to face his Republican predecessor in the upcoming elections, “I think I can defeat.” Donald Trump again”.

In response to a question about whether he did not see his advanced age as a reason to run for a second term, Biden vigorously defended his ability to carry out the duties of his office.

Biden, who celebrates his 80th birthday this year, is the oldest president in the history of the United States.

“The question is: Can you do this job? I think I can do the job,” he said.

“Name me a president who, in recent history, has done as much as I did in the first two years” of his term, he added.

In late spring, Biden’s popularity sank to its lowest point, before improving slightly in recent months.

Economic recession

On the economic stagnation, Biden said he does not think that United State It will witness an economic recession, considering that if this happens, this recession will be “very slight.”

Biden’s acknowledgment that the world’s largest economy may witness a recession comes after the International Monetary Fund’s call on Tuesday for central banks to “move decisively to return inflation to its target rate.”

The IMF said in a report that in order to confront inflation, which is at its highest level since the early eighties of the last century, and which is feared to become “entrenched”, central banks should continue to raise interest rates.

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Inflation rates increased due to the damage to the global economy due to the Covid-19 pandemic and supply chain disruptions. Inflation has recently been exacerbated by the Russian invasion of Ukraine and its repercussions on food and energy prices.