On FNC’s “Sunday Morning Futures,” Harvard law professor emeritus Alan Dershowitz weighed in on President Joe Biden’s low approval ratings.
He suggested that a Biden “one-term president” might be best for Democrats in the long run.
“[A]Evaluate what you just heard,” said host Maria Bartiromo. “Obviously, President Biden’s support and his support within his own party are eroding. “
“Well, he has to make a decision now,” Dershowitz replied. “He has to decide to either run or go out to make room for others. If he doesn’t run, the field is very, very wide. There is no obvious candidate. If Trump wins, Biden may beat him again. But if DeSantis campaign, Biden may not be able to beat him.”:
“So I think Democrats have to make sure they don’t make the mistake that Ruth Bader Ginsburg made by not retiring on time and having conservative Republicans fill her place,” Dershowitz added. “Look, President Biden has been the modern-day President Ford. He calmed things down. He stabilized. Ford was a one-term president. If Biden were a one-term president, maybe the best thing for Democrats would be .”
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