President Joe Biden plans on seeking reelection with Vice President Kamala Harris, according to the White House.
"Yes, he does. There's no change. Yes, yes," spokeswoman Karine Jean-Pierre told reporters Thursday.
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Jean-Pierre confirmed the likely 2024 Democratic ticket when asked about the "disconnect" between Biden and the White House's posture regarding the next presidential cycle and comments Harris made in an interview published Thursday.
"I can't speak to a conversation of the vice president and the president," she said, adding she could only refer to statements she, White House press secretary Jen Psaki, and Biden himself have issued.
Harris told the Wall Street Journal that she and Biden have never discussed whether he will run for a second term and that it is not a topic she thinks about as they approach the end of their first year in office.
It is Biden's "intention" to seek reelection, according to Psaki last month.
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“The only thing I’ve heard him say is he’s planning on running again,” former Connecticut Sen. Chris Dodd, a longtime Biden ally, told the Washington Post at the time. “And I’m glad he is.”