Biden’s Possible 2024 Republican Challengers Already Squaring Off

Biden is facing strong opposition and potential threats from Texas Ted Cruz and Governor of Florida Ron DeSantis as they prepare for the 2022 and 2024 elections.

President Joe Biden’s response to Texas Senator Ted Cruz and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis reveals a lot about his approach for 2022 and 2024. The president has successfully downplayed Cruz’s antics 2.5 years before the first primary ballot is cast. Ted Cruz has opposed Biden’s State Department and ambassadorial appointments. President

Biden and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis have previously fought on health care and vaccines.
Biden is inclined to interfere in the state’s governance under DeSantis in light of his rejection of the mask mandates for children at school. The entire administration is blaming him for endangering the lives of the children even though Biden’s border policies and illegal migrant’s situation have led to the spread of the virus. On the other hand, Ted Cruz has declared his complete opposition to Biden and his administration and is on to blocking Biden’s $3.5 trillion bills. Cruz justified his opponent, calling Biden incompetent to call out the Russian sanctions he demanded, going ultimately against the legislation.

Both Governors are up for a big fight against Biden, leaving no chance to mock him for his bipartisan narrative even though he claims otherwise. The possibility for the Republican majority to occupy majority seats in 2022 midterm elections is increasing day by day as Biden takes another stupid action, not to forget the Afghanistan situation. Even the democrats are now questioning Biden’s competency, which only strengthens the chances for the Republican majority to take over the house. And as the situation seems, it’s probably better for Biden not to contest in the 2024 elections.