Biden, Harris wasting no time garnering support for 2024 reelection bid

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President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris

JANS – On April 25, 2023 President Joe Biden announced his candidacy for President of the United States in the 2024 Presidential Election. 

In a video released titled “Freedom,” President Biden harkened back to his 2020 campaign message when he described the country in a battle for the soul of the nation. On Apr. 25, the President said that the battle continues in the face of extreme MAGA Republicans who are focused on taking away Americans’ rights and dividing the country. The President called on all Americans to stand up for our personal freedoms, saying every generation faces a moment when we’ve had to defend democracy, and this election is ours. 

Statement from President Biden on the situation in Sudan

On April 22, 2023, on my orders, the United States military conducted an operation to extract U.S. government personnel from Khartoum.  I am proud of the extraordinary commitment of our Embassy staff who performed their duties with courage and professionalism and embodied America’s friendship and connection with the people of Sudan.  I am grateful for the unmatched skill of our service members who successfully brought them to safety.  And, I thank Djibouti, Ethiopia, and Saudi Arabia, which were critical to the success of our operation.     

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Biden, Harris wasting no time garnering support for 2024 reelection bid

By Jackson Advocate News Service
May 1, 2023