Democrat Sen. Manchin deflects questions asking if he will support President Biden in 2024

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Democratic Senator Joe Manchin (West Virginia) deflected questions on Sunday on whether or not he would support President Joe Biden if he decides to seek a second term in 2024, according to Associated Press.

“I’m not getting into 2022 or 2024,” Manchin said, adding, “whoever is my President, that’s my President.”

The comments were made during a busy round of TV news appearances after Sen. Manchin folded to House Majority Leader Senator Chuck Schumer and struck a deal introduced in the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 which tackles climate change, healthcare, taxes on the wealthy, and others.

When asked whether or not he wants to see Democrats keep the majority in the House and the Senate, Manchin deflected the question and explained that voters in each individual state will determine control of Congress, AP reports.

“I think people are sick and tired of politics, I really do. I think they’re sick and tired of Democrats and Republicans fighting and feuding and holding pieces of legislation hostage because they didn’t get what they wanted,” Manchin said, adding, “I’m not going to predict what’s going to happen.”

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