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America’s first lady says Biden should run for re-election

America’s first lady says Biden should run for re-election

In an interview with the news outlet, Jill Biden said her husband “didn’t finish what he started.”

A America’s First Lady Jill Biden This Friday (24.Feb.2023) Joe Biden, 80, “He didn’t finish what he started”. He said in an interview to a news agency Associated PressThis is an indication that the US President will run for re-election to the office of US President in 2024.

“How many times does he have to say that for you to believe?”The First Lady, in a friendly tone, asked the journalist. “He says he didn’t finish. He didn’t finish what he started. That’s what matters.”

In an interview published on October 21, 2022, Joe Biden he said Who has “purpose” To run for the post of President for the 2nd time. However, he opined that no official decision has been taken on the matter yet.

“I haven’t made this formal decision, but that’s my intention. Willingness to run again. We have time to make that decision.he said.

Biden officials told reporters that an announcement about his candidacy for the president of the United States will be made in April.

Travel to China

During this interview was conducted travel The First Lady of Nairobi, the capital of Kenya. On Thursday (Feb 23), Jill Biden landed in Namibia after booking 5 days to visit the African continent.

The first lady’s visit is part of Joe Biden’s goal of strengthening North America’s relationship with sub-Saharan Africa. In the past decade alone, China Invested $34 billion in Africa over the past decade. Investments are significantly higher than US investments.

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Data collected by CARI (China-Africa Research Initiative) at Johns Hopkins University in the US indicates that since 2013, Chinese investment inflows to African countries have outpaced US incentives.

In 2020, while China invested US$4.23 billion, the US sent only US$2 billion to the African continent.