Will another Dem challenge Biden? The odds are high. Here’s who AI says are the likely contenders


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President Joe Biden announced earlier this year that he will be running for a second term in office, despite being one of just three octogenarians to ever run for the country’s highest office (he’ll turn 81 this November).

According to a recent poll, only 26% of Democrats want Biden to run again in 2024, while 73% say he shouldn’t. This suggests that there is a significant appetite among Democrats for a younger candidate. But who are Biden’s likely opponents? We turned to AI to see what it had to say.

Here are some of the possible candidates whom Google Bard says could challenge Biden:

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Gavin Newsom, the governor of California.

Newsom is a popular and charismatic figure who is seen as a rising star in the Democratic Party. He is also seen as a potential successor to Biden as the leader of the party.

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Pete Buttigieg, the secretary of transportation.

Buttigieg is a young and energetic candidate who ran a strong campaign for president in 2020. He is seen as a moderate Democrat who could appeal to a broad range of voters.

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Kamala Harris, the vice president.

Harris is the first woman and first Black vice president of the United States. She is a progressive Democrat who could energize the party’s base. However, she has also been criticized for her handling of the border crisis and other issues.

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Elizabeth Warren, the senator from Massachusetts.

Warren is a progressive Democrat who is known for her advocacy for consumer protection and financial reform. She is a popular figure among Democrats, but she may be seen as too liberal by some voters.

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Beto O’Rourke, the former congressman from Texas.

O’Rourke is a charismatic and progressive candidate who ran a close race against Ted Cruz in the 2018 Senate election. He is seen as a rising star in the Democratic Party, but he may have difficulty winning over voters in a national election.

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