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Six more years: how long can Biden go on?

Can anyone stop Biden from running again in 2024?

7 January 2023

9:00 AM

7 January 2023

9:00 AM

The presidency of the United States is hard work, everybody knows that. It’s also a pretty sweet gig for should-be retirees. The 80-year-old Joe Biden and First Lady Jill just spent six days holidaying on
St Croix in the Caribbean.

Biden’s critics have been quick to point out that he has so far spent some 260 of his 715 days in office on vacation.

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