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Former AOC Aide Leads Progressive PAC Pushing For Biden To Drop Out of 2024 Race

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A political action committee (PAC) led by a former aide to Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is urging President Biden to withdraw from the 2024 race due to trailing poll numbers against Trump in battleground states.

The PAC suggests that Biden’s legacy could be tarnished if he continues, and it advocates for a Democratic primary to explore alternative candidates.

The PAC emphasizes the urgency to avoid a potential “train wreck” and suggests several potential Democratic leaders. (Trending: Pro Sport Announces Shock Decision On Transgender Athletes)

“But battleground state voters say they’ll vote for Trump if you’re the Democratic nominee,” the No Excuses PAC wrote.

“It might not make sense. But it doesn’t have to.”

“The reality is that if you attempt to cling to power, your legacy will be Donald Trump’s final destruction of our democracy,” it added.

“If you step aside, however, you’ll be remembered as one of the greatest presidents in history.”

“Thank you, Joe… But now it’s time to go.”

“We have plenty of amazing leaders to choose from — including popular swing state governors Gretchen Whitmer, Josh Shapiro, and Tony Evers; high profile national leaders like Elizabeth Warren, Gavin Newsom, Cory Booker; and Ro Khanna; and rising stars like Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona,” the PAC’s site states.

“The Biden team is clinging to the long-time Democratic Party strategy of hoping their opponent will defeat himself. That is how we lost in 2016 (and in 2004, 2000, etc,…).”

“The stakes are too high this time to close our eyes and hope for the best. All of the most dangerous characters from the chaotic Trump presidency have made elaborate plans for taking a wrecking ball to the federal government and our entire justice system if they retake the White House. Billionaire donors have bankrolled conservative and extremist think tanks to host them while they plan.”

“There’s only one way to avoid this train wreck, and that is for Biden to step aside and allow a Democratic primary to take place. It’s not too late, in fact, there is plenty of time,” it added.

“Biden has accomplished incredible things in his presidency” and “that will be his legacy — if he steps aside.”

“Otherwise, he will go down in history as the president whose selfishness allowed Trump to complete the destruction of American democracy,” it concludes.

This push comes amid Biden’s efforts to counter Trump in battleground states and the emergence of independent candidate Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.

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