- Biden spoke to a Tribal Nations Summit Wednesday
- At the end of the event someone in the crowd shouted ‘four more years’
- Biden tried to wave off the comment
- He also brought up first lady Jill Biden’s multiple trips to tribal nations
- ‘I hear more about the Navajos than I hear about me’
President Joe Biden shrugged off a comment by a man who shouted ‘four more years’ at the end of his speech Wednesday – after previously indicating a run for a second term was likely.
‘Oh, I don’t know about that,’ Biden said, rushing through his words and using a hand to wave off the man who shouted about another run.
Biden had just slapped down his binder on the podium and thanked the audience after remarks at a Tribal Nations Summit at the Interior Department.
‘Thank you, thank you, thank you,’ he said, ending the event. It wasn’t clear if Biden was objecting to the substance of the comment, or didn’t want to talk politics at event set up to focus on tribal issues.
Biden, who just turned 80, shortly before Thanksgiving indicated that a run for a second term was likely, but that he wanted to talk it over with family.
‘I think everybody wants me to run, but we’re going to have discussions about it,’ he said earlier this month. Many political observers took a better than expected showing in the midterms as potentially increasing the prospects he would run again. Former President Donald Trump’s announcement he will seek to regain the White House in 2024 could also stiffen Biden’s resolve.
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