Phillips says he believes Biden will lose to Trump

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 US Rep.  Phillips says he believes Biden will lose to Trump

The congressman challenging President Joe Biden in the New Hampshire primary said Tuesday that Biden will lose next November. US Rep. Dean Phillips, D-Minnesota, has drawn interest from some Democrats in New Hampshire, but they say they are still wary of what his candidacy could mean for the incumbent. Phillips has attracted some people and students. to the New Hampshire Institute of Politics on Tuesday to tell them that Democrats need a new standard-bearer because he believes Biden will not win next November.” disappear,” Phillips said. “He will lose the 2024 election to Donald Trump, and that is an existential threat to the United States of America.” Phillips said Biden promised to be a bridge to a new generation of leaders.” He promised this country knowing that will happen next time, to be a bridge,” Phillips said. “The bridge today. The bridge is not 2028, when he will be 86 years old. “As Phillips tries to build his own version of that bridge in New Hampshire, his message will be more familiar to voters who attend the Republican primary. events, as he talks about border unrest and promotes on spending cuts in Washington.”I believe in zero-based budgeting,” he said. “The federal government is operating now by essentially adding more money to what we did last year.” For some , there is an internal tug-of-war with the candidacy of Phillips. They are interested in someone new but wary of what his challenge represents and the history lost under such circumstances. said by James Normand, of Manchester. Phillips said the poll shows Biden already has problems. “It’s not me that resulted in a 37% approval rating for an American president.”

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The congressman challenging President Joe Biden in the New Hampshire primary said Tuesday that Biden will lose next November.

US Rep. Dean Phillips, D-Minnesota, has drawn interest from some New Hampshire Democrats, but they said they are still wary of what his candidacy could do for the incumbent.

Phillips drew a crowd and students at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics on Tuesday to tell them that Democrats need a new standard-bearer because he believes Biden will not win next November.

“He’s going to lose,” Phillips said. “He will lose the 2024 election to Donald Trump, and that is an existential threat to the United States of America.”

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Phillips said Biden promised to be a bridge to a new generation of leaders.

“He made a promise to this country knowing that was going to happen next, to be a bridge,” Phillips said. “The bridge is now. The bridge is not 2028, when he’s 86 years old.”

As Phillips tries to build his own version of that bridge in New Hampshire, his message may be more familiar to voters who attend Republican primary events, as he talks about border unrest and promotes of Washington’s spending cuts.

“I believe in zero-based budgeting,” he said. “The federal government is acting now by significantly adding more money to what we did last year.”

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For some, there is an internal tug-of-war in Phillips’ candidacy. They are interested in a new but wary of what his challenge represents and the history of losing under such circumstances.

“It’s important that the Democrats stay in power, in my opinion, and any challenge that might weaken it,” said James Normand, of Manchester.

Phillips said the polls show Biden has problems.

“The idea that I’m somehow undermining or undermining President Biden is not true,” he said. “It’s not me that resulted in a 37% approval rating for an American president.”