2024 Rumors Swirl as Joe Biden Makes Bizarre Comment on Gavin Newsom – WATCH


Joe Biden has raised eyebrows after making strange comments about Gavin Newsom which alluded to 2024 rumors that the California Governor might be preparing to run for president.

Biden was attending the APEC Summit in the People’s Republic of San Francisco to meet with Chinese dictator Xi Jinping.

As The Daily Fetched reported last week, San Francisco miraculously cleaned up all the dirt and feces before Xi’s arrival.

During the event, Biden praised Newsom for his job performance.

The bizarre moment came when Biden appeared to invite Newsom to replace him as “President.”

“I want to thank him.”

“He’s been one hell of a governor, man,” Biden said.

“Matter of fact, he can be anything he wants, he could have the job I’m lookin’ for,” he added.


While Newsom has insisted he has no desire to run against Biden in 2024, the signs are all there.

You may recall, The Daily Fetched reported that Kari Lake said Biden would be replaced at the last second, noting it is “pretty obvious” to anyone paying attention.

“It’s pretty obvious if you’re watching,” Lake said.

“I think they know that Joe Biden is going to be such a disaster that the Democrat Party will collapse if he is on the ticket,” Lake added.

The Democrats salivating over the prospect of being able to jump into the race include the following:

Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer

California Governor Gavin Newsom

Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker

Polls overwhelmingly show that American voters do not want Biden.

Newsom has also been getting practice at being commander-in-chief after he went on a week-long trip to both China and Israel.

This included a photo-op with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and a private conversation with Xi.

READ: Democrats Quietly Lining Up These 3 People to Replace Biden in 2024

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