New York Times editorial board asks Biden to depart presidential race

America’s most influential newspaper, The New York Times, referred to as in an editorial Friday for President Joe Biden to step apart and permit one other Democrat to problem Donald Trump for the White House in November.

Describing Biden as “the shadow of a great public servant,” the newspaper’s editorial board — which is separate from its newsroom — stated Thursday’s debate between the president and Trump proved the 81-year-old “failed his own test.”

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His dedication to run once more is a “reckless gamble,” it stated, including: “the greatest public service Mr. Biden can now perform is to announce that he will not continue to run for re-election.”


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