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Biden will be removed from the race and Michelle Obama will take over, new conservative poll shows

Trump’s way to the nomination is much easier after the win in South Carolina over the weekend. Biden, on the other hand, is expected to face the Republican nominee since the doesn’t have a serious challenger for the nomination. However, a recent informal survey held during the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) has produced a decisive outcome.

At a recent gathering of the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), a survey revealed that many conservatives think Michelle Obama might become the Democratic candidate for president, taking over from Joe Biden.

The majority of participants anticipate that President Joe Biden will not secure the Democratic nomination for the forthcoming elections. Instead, former First Lady Michelle Obama was identified as the leading alternative, receiving substantial backing in the poll.

The details

At a recent gathering of the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), a survey revealed that many conservatives think Michelle Obama might become the Democratic candidate for president, taking over from Joe Biden.

This opinion emerged during discussions at CPAC, focusing on who the Democrats might choose for their presidential candidate in the upcoming election.

Biden likely to face Trump in November per the current standings

Both Biden, who currently holds the office, and Donald Trump, the leading candidate for the Republicans, are aiming for another term as president in November. However, there has been ongoing debate about whether Trump, aged 77, and Biden, aged 81, are both physically and mentally up to the challenge. This is especially relevant as they could potentially face each other again, and their ages have raised concerns among some voters.

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Trump is GOP frontrunner

Even though Trump has been dealing with legal issues and had competition from within his own party, he managed to stay ahead. He solidified his position when Ron DeSantis, the Governor of Florida and one of his major competitors, dropped out of the race in January and supported Trump. Nonetheless, Nikki Haley, who once served as the United Nations ambassador, is still trying to secure the Republican nomination by defeating Trump.

Biden in practice doesn’t face serious competition

On the Democratic side, Congressman Dean Phillips from Minnesota is attempting to challenge Biden, despite being considered an underdog. Biden has already won in South Carolina, Nevada, and New Hampshire’s Democratic primaries.

However, a significant number of conservatives at CPAC, 56 percent to be precise, are convinced that Biden won’t be the Democratic nominee when the time comes.

In a surprising turn, a survey by McLaughlin & Associates, which gathered opinions from 1,478 people between Wednesday and Saturday, found that nearly half (47%) believe Michelle Obama might replace Joe Biden as the Democratic presidential nominee.

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The survey also mentioned other potential candidates, such as Gavin Newsom, the Governor of California, with 32% thinking he could be a replacement, Vice President Kamala Harris at 6%, and Robert F. Kennedy Jr., who now runs as an independent, at 2%.

This isn’t the first time people have speculated about Michelle Obama running for president.

Douglas MacKinnon, a former official at the White House and Pentagon, suggested she could be a strong candidate, and some Democrats might encourage her to run. Betting sites have even placed her as a likely choice if Biden were to withdraw from the race for any reason.

Despite these discussions, Michelle Obama, who was the First Lady during Barack Obama’s presidency from 2009 to 2017, has consistently said she does not want to run for political office.

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During an interview with Oprah Winfrey in 2013, she said: “I’ve never expressed any interest in politics. Ever. I mean, I agreed to support my husband. He wanted to do it, and he was great at it. But at no point have I ever said, ‘I think I want to run.’ Ever. So, I’m just wondering: Does what I want have anything to do with anything? Does who I choose to be have anything to do with it?”

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