Governor Healey’s Statement Highlights Loyalty to Biden, Focus on 2024 Election

Governor Maura Healey issued a statement through her political team on Friday, expressing her gratitude for President Joe Biden’s leadership, despite the fact that she is losing the backing of prominent Democrats.

She defended Biden despite his abysmal debate performance, “President Biden has done an outstanding job over the last four years and saved our democracy in 2020.” “And I am aware that he concurs that this election is the most significant of our lives.”

Due to his dismal performance in the most recent debate with former President Donald Trump, Biden has been under close scrutiny. In an effort to garner party support for his impending presidential bid, Biden later invited Healey and other Democratic governors to Washington, D.C.

Healey stated that Biden ought to think about the appropriate course of action going forward, despite the fact that the specifics of that conversation remain undisclosed.

“The best way forward right now is a decision for the President to make,” Healey commented. “Over the coming days, I urge him to listen to the American people and carefully evaluate whether he remains our best hope to defeat Donald Trump. Whatever President Biden decides, I am committed to doing everything in my power to defeat Donald Trump.”

During a campaign rally on Friday in Madison, Wisconsin, Biden announced, “I’m staying in the race.”

In front of about 300 fans at a middle school in Wisconsin, Biden once again admitted that last week’s debate wasn’t his greatest effort. However, he did offer an explanation, stating, “I am running, and I’m going to win again,” in response to rumors about his plans.

“I defeated Donald Trump,” stated Biden. “I’ll defeat him again.”

On Wednesday, President Biden boldly said that he would not give up on seeking reelection in the face of mounting criticism that he is becoming older. The same day, Congressman Seth Moulton of Massachusetts raised “grave concerns” about Biden’s chances of defeating Trump in an election.