2024 United States presidential election

60th quadrennial presidential election of the United States

The 2024 United States presidential election will be the 60th quadrennial presidential election, scheduled for Tuesday, November 5, 2024. Voters will elect a president and vice president for a term of four years. Incumbent President Joe Biden, a member of the Democratic Party, is running for re-election. His predecessor Donald Trump, a member of the Republican Party, is running for re-election to a second, nonconsecutive term. On May 24, 2023, Ron DeSantis announced his candidacy on Twitter in an online conversation with Twitter CEO Elon Musk. Trump, DeSantis, Nikki Haley, Vivek Ramaswamy, and other candidates are running for the Republican nomination. Robert Francis Kennedy Jr. also launched an independent campaign after initially planning on challenging Biden for the Democratic Party nomination. The victor of this election is scheduled to be inaugurated on January 20, 2025.

Basically they are importing as many votes as possible.~Musk nypost
I would hope that most of the young people and protestors do not want to see Donald Trump, who is a racist, a sexist, a homophobe who doesn't acknowledge the reality of climate change, become elected president of the United States. Senator Sanders usatoday
If everything’s honest, I’d gladly accept the results. If it’s not, you have to fight for the right of the country. If we don’t win, you know, it depends,It always depends on the fairness of the election.[a stolen election] allows for the termination of all rules, regulations and articles, even those found in the Constitution.. ~Trump msnbc time
I think most Americans at this time are disgusted with the Democratic Party and the Republican Party, and they’re looking for an alternative.~Stephen Edward Broden politico


  • Jill Biden will not be remembered kindly in American history
  • Folks, I might not walk as easily or talk as smoothly as I used to.

I might not debate as well as I used to.

But what I do know is how to tell the truth.

  • There’s no way whoever is in charge of this presidency didn’t know this man was suffering from serious cognitive challenges. I loathe today’s Democrats, but when they can manage to make me feel sorry for Joseph Biden, they are more than loathsome. They are beyond reproach.
  • We finally beat Medicare.
  • They should use the commercial break to swap in the real Democratic nominee. The only time Biden came remotely close to life in the debate is when he’s talking about Trump’s conviction and J6. Turns out he doesn’t give a damn about the things Americans actually care about.

The choice in this election remains very simple. It's a choice between someone who cares about you—your rights, your prospects, your future—versus someone who's only in it for himself. I'll be voting Biden.

  • Hillary Clinton
  • Trump’s strongest moment was when he said he wanted Biden to be a good President so Trump didn’t have to put himself through this. Came across as authentic, credible, honest, unifying. That kind of candor, contrasted with Biden’s apparent lobotomy, won over a lot of independents.
  • Did I just

Hallucinate The disastrous presidential debate?

    • Dr Jordan B Peterson [3]


  • You keep your promises to those that we've made, promises to. Those that have invested in should keep what they have. We shouldn't in any way jeopardize those that are already expecting something. This is about the new group coming in. It's the new ones coming in. It's those in their twenties that are coming in. You're coming to them and you're saying the game has changed. We're going to do this completely differently. That's how you go and you focus on it. We've got to start doing things like that. But more than that, we have to look at the fact that there is a spending problem in DC and Republicans and Democrats have done this to us, Neil. Don't forget that when this all started, with the Republicans, they passed a $2.2 trillion COVID stimulus package 419-6 in the House and 96 to 0 in the Senate that expanded welfare. Now we have 90 million people on Medicaid. You've got 42 million people on food stamps. We should be taking people from welfare to work. We shouldn't be paying people to sit on the couch and adding to the rolls of welfare. It was under Republicans' watch. They opened up earmarks again. Why are we spending on pork projects when one in six Americans can't pay their utility bill? We should stop borrowing. We don't have endless credit cards in our households or our businesses. Why are we allowing that to happen? And we should make sure that they understand that you should not pass a spending bill that doesn't take us back to pre-COVID levels. This is going to have to be harsh. It's going to take a president that is going to call out Republicans and Democrats. I did that as governor. I'll do it again as president.

If 2016 was the most important election in our lifetimes, 2024 is shaping up to be the most dispiriting.

  • It is unconscionable for a President to indict the leading candidate opposing him.
  • Biden and his administration “have weaponized the government against their political opponents.”
  • They can't beat me at the ballet box so they are out there trying to take me out by other means, anything they can think of, if I didn't run for office or if I wasn't leading by a lot it would all end and end very nicely I'd have a much easier life. On November 5th 2024 justice will be done.
  • The next Republican president, in short, will almost certainly be the worst boss.
  • United States is in a cold war with China and actually at war with Russia.
  • This election will decide whether your generation inherits a FASCIST country or a FREE country—whether you will have the rule of tyrants or the rule of law—whether Marxist radicals burn our civilization to the ground, which they’re looking to do, or young patriots like you propel America to glorious new heights.
    • Turning point trump [5]