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Joe Biden faces an uphill battle to win re-election in 2024 as the country faces economic woes, skyrocketing violent crime, and an unprecedented crisis at the southern border.

The issues the President has failed to address combined with his age have made many people oppose his re-election, even some from within his own party.

According to an Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs poll, just 37% of Democrats want Biden to seek a second term in 2024.

Still, Biden has repeatedly stated that he wants to run again in 2024, opening the window for a primary challenge if Democrats do not want to see him get a second term.

On Friday, 2020 Democratic Presidential candidate Marianne Williamson indicated that she would run against Biden in 2024, hinting that she would give her announcement this weekend.

The announcement would mark one of few times in the last 100 years when a sitting President has faced a primary challenge from within his own party.

Only one sitting President has not received the nomination from his own party to run for re-election.

Breitbart Reports

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Marianne Williamson, a former 2020 Democrat presidential candidate, is set to travel to New Hampshire this weekend, where she is expected to launch a primary challenge against President Joe Biden’s anticipated 2024 reelection campaign, according to Politico.

In a Friday interview with Politico, Williamson spoke vaguely about her plans to launch her presidential campaign this weekend.

“I’ll be making a statement this weekend,” Williamson said when asked whether she has decided to run for president in 2024.

Then, she told Politico, “I will be in New Hampshire,” when pressed for more details about her weekend plans.

Williamson also told the outlet that if she does run for president, she would “absolutely” run as a Democrat rather than an Independent.

Williamson’s interview seems to be the most concrete piece of evidence that points to her presidential ambitions after it was reported in December that she was trying to build campaign operations in early Democrat primary states and “put out feelers to donors.”