The New York calls on Joe Biden to step down

The New York calls on Joe Biden to withdraw from the presidential race, after the debate that leaves him in serious evidence.

In an editorial, The New York Times asks Joe Biden to desist from his presidential aspiration, after the Democrat starred in a highly questionable performance in Thursday’s debate against Donald Trump.

‘To serve his country, President Biden should drop out of the race,’ is the headline of the editorial in which the prestigious newspaper assures that “the greatest public service Mr. Biden can render now is to announce that he will not continue to run for re-election.”.


Biden’s performance in the face-to-face with the Republican politician left the image of a candidate weakened by the age factor and in which he hesitated on several occasions, uttered disjointed phrases and introduced inaccurate data.

“It is too big a gamble to expect Americans to simply overlook or dismiss Mr. Biden’s age and weakness,” reflects part of the text in which The New York Times asks Joe Biden to withdraw.

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NYT makes it clear that its request to the Democratic nominee is not a compliment to Trump, quite the opposite; they consider him a common enemy.

Indeed, The New York Times has called Biden “an admirable president” in whose tenure the U.S. “has prospered and begun to address a number of long-term challenges.”

The Times agrees with the latter that the return of Donald Trump (2017-2021) to the Oval Office would entail a “danger” that would compromise “the future of American democracy” by being able to carry out “his most extreme promises and threats”.

However, according to the New York newspaper, Biden is “not the man he was four years ago” and, during the debate, he failed in his attempt to “convince the American public that he was up to the formidable demands”.

And they have recalled that this performance can not be labeled as a “bad night” or blamed on a “cold”, even when “it was Biden himself who challenged Trump to this verbal duel”, so he should be replaced.

For the aforementioned media, in the Democratic ranks there are leaders who better embody “an alternative, clear, convincing and energetic” to a second Trump presidency, although they did not venture to slip names: “There is no reason for the party to risk the stability and security of the country”.

The New York calls on Joe Biden to step down, considering also that he has become an object of ridicule around the world.

Likewise, the newspaper has charged again and again in the editorial against Trump, calling him an “erratic, self-serving figure unworthy of the public trust”, a “malign deformation” or a “candidate defined by his lies”.


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