Gavin Newsom made one campaign decision that left Democrats asking this question

Confidence in Joe Biden as the Democrat’s Presidential candidate has collapsed inside the party.

Now potential replacements are rumored to be jockeying for position. 

And Gavin Newsom made one campaign decision that left Democrats asking this question.

Gavin Newsom’s future is coming into focus 

Chaos is unfolding behind the scenes in the Democrat Party after President Joe Biden’s alarming debate.

Rumors are swirling that an effort is underway to pull the plug on his Presidential campaign.

California Governor Gavin Newsom has been accused of running a shadow campaign for President for more than two years.

He’s been trying to build his national political profile by picking high-profile fights with Republicans like Florida Governor Ron DeSantis.

Newsom traveled the country, worked the media, and built a fundraising operation that would indicate a future run. 

U.S. Senator John Fetterman (D-PA) accused him of secretly running for President last year before his Fox News debate with DeSantis.

“Let me say something that might be uncomfortable,” Fetterman said at a Democrat Party dinner in Iowa. “Right now there are two additional Democrats running for Pennsylvania, excuse me, running for President right now. One, one is a Congressman from Minnesota. The other one is the Governor of California. They’re both running for President, but only one had the guts to announce it.”

Newsom has denied any interest in running for President and backed Biden in the spin room after the debate.

“I will never turn my back on President Biden,” Newsom told reporters. “I don’t know a Democrat in my party that would do so. And especially after tonight, we have his back.”

He claimed that he had no concerns backing Biden.

“I spent a lot of time with him. I know Joe Biden,” Newsom said. “I know what he’s accomplished in the last three and a half years. I know what he’s capable of. And I have no trepidations.”

Gavin Newsom heads to emerging 2024 battleground state

Newsom is headed to New Hampshire to headline an event put on by the New Hampshire Senate Democratic Caucus called the Blue Summer Campaign Kick-Off.

The announcement for the trip came after the state emerged as potentially in play this cycle after a new poll.

A Saint Anselm College poll dropped after the debate that found former President Donald Trump ahead of Biden in New Hampshire by a 44% to 42% margin.

That poll had the warning sign flashing red for Democrats because of the shift it found.

A December poll from Saint Anselm found Biden ahead by 10 points.

A Republican hasn’t won New Hampshire since the 2000 Election, but Trump came within a few thousand votes in 2016.

Biden joked last year at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum in San Francisco that Newsom could be President. 

“I want to talk about Governor Newsom. I want to thank him. He’s been one hell of a governor, man,” Biden said. “Matter of fact, he could be anything he wants. He could have the job I’m looking for.”

That day could be coming sooner than he ever expected.

*Renewed Right Official Polling*

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