Charlamagne tha God doubts if Biden a 'winnable ticket' for 2024 election and asks Democrats to challenge president at DNC

Charlamagne tha God doubts if Biden a 'winnable ticket' for 2024 election and asks Democrats to challenge president at DNC
Charlamagne tha God questioned President Joe Biden's candidacy in the 2024 presidential race (Getty Images)

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS: Charlamagne tha God has stirred the political plot by urging Democrats to challenge President Joe Biden at the Democratic National Convention (DNC).

On 'The Breakfast Club' radio show on Tuesday, July 9, the radio host responded to recent comments from the President, who dared other Democrats to face off with him at the convention.

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Charlamagne tha God dared Democrats to challenge President Joe Biden at the Democratic National Convention (Getty Images)

Charlamagne tha God says all he hears is 'ego' among Democrats

Speaking about why Democrats have to challenge President Joe Biden, Charlamagne Tha God said, “All I hear is ego. And I hope they take him up on his offer."

“Every single Democrat who feels like the Democrats can’t win if President Biden is the nominee needs to challenge him at the convention. Take him up on his offer," he continued.

On Monday, July 8, Biden called into MSNBC's 'Morning Joe' and said he was “getting frustrated by the elites in the party, ‘Oh, they know so much more.’”

“Any of these guys that don’t think I should run, run against me. Announce for president, challenge me at the convention,” he added.

Expressing doubts over Biden's candidacy, Charlamagne said, “I can’t believe we’re just having this conversation, ‘cause I’ve been saying this for several months and asking the question ‘Are Biden and [Vice President Harris] a winnable ticket?’ And if the answer is no, Biden should step aside."

"And people shouldn’t be upset when folks say that, especially if y’all wanna win," he added, according to The Hill.

Joe Biden calls for unity in letter to congressional Democrats

Following Joe Biden's disastrous debate performance against Donald Trump on June 27 in Atlanta, some members of the Democratic Party raised questions about the 81-year-old president's capability to serve another four-year term.

During the debate, Biden appeared to halt and meander, sparking concerns about his age and mental fitness.

As MEAWW previously reported, addressing the turmoil within the party amid criticism and calls to quit the 2024 race, Biden wrote in a letter to Congressional Democrats that “voters — and the voters alone — decide the nominee of the Democratic Party."

“How can we stand for democracy in our nation if we ignore it in our own party?” he continued.

Urging the lawmakers to unite behind his candidacy, Biden wrote, "The question of how to move forward has been well-aired for over a week now. And it’s time for it to end."

“Any weakening of resolve or lack of clarity about the task ahead only helps Trump and hurts us. It is time to come together," he said.

“I have heard the concerns that people have — their good faith fears and worries about what is at stake in this election. I am not blind to them,” read Biden's letter.

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President Joe Biden has called for unity in a letter to congressional Democrats (Getty Images)

“I can respond to all this by saying clearly and unequivocally: I wouldn’t be running again if I did not absolutely believe I was the best person to beat Donald Trump in 2024,” he added.

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