Washington.- Upbeat after a better-than-expected election, US President Joe Biden reaffirms that his administration has charted, defended his economic agenda, and speculated that he intended to seek his re-election in 2024, but left the question open, saying he would have to make a decision together with his family first. He promised to respond by early next year. “We intend to compete again,” he said,
After the midterm elections, in which the Democratic Party got a much better result than everyone expected — Biden’s team, the entire political arc, the media and experts — Biden held a press conference at the White House, his first since the start of the year. . , He was relaxed and satisfied with the outcome of the election, saying the Democrats had a “solid night”.
“Yesterday we had elections. I think it was a good day for democracy. And I think it was a good day for the United States of America,” Biden began, standing behind the lecture in front of a barrage of reporters and cameramen. “Although the press and experts predicted a huge red wave, it didn’t happen”Told.
The first question reporters asked him – Biden received a list of ten correspondents selected to ask the question – did he plan to make any changes to his administration ahead of the election, indicating that the vast majority of Americans believed It is that the country is moving ahead on a bad road.
“Nothing, because they’re just figuring out what we’re doing,” was Biden’s response. “I’m not going to fundamentally change anything,” he later insisted.
However, the President acknowledged the difficulties faced by his government, referring first to inflation and then to crime. “A lot of voters are disappointed, and I understand that,” he said. But he expressed hope that in the first quarter of next year, better economic results will start to be seen.