I’d be ‘lucky’ if I had another chance to run against Trump: Biden1 min read
“I’d be extremely lucky if the same individual ran against me in the next election,” Biden said. Biden also mentioned the 2017 white supremacist rally and counter-demonstration in Virginia, which he has often cited as the reason he came out of retirement to run for president in the first place — a rally and counter-demonstration in which one protester was killed and Trump said there were “very fine people on both sides.” Trump, who lost after just one term in office in 2020, has campaigned since then on the false premise that he won and has made no secret of his desire to return to the White House.
If re-elected, he would be 81 at the time of the election and 86 at the end of his administration. If Putin employs chemical weapons, Biden adds, “We would retaliate.”