Joe Biden Reveals The Identity Of His 2024 Running Mate

As President Joe Biden's first year comes to a close, many public figures, especially journalists, are not holding back when it comes to criticizing the president. No one has been more critical of President Biden than Piers Morgan, who recently blasted Biden in an open letter published in the New York Post. In the letter, he wrote about how he feels Biden's first year has been horrible. He penned, "You've failed. Your enraged, spiteful, Republican-bashing speeches at the start of this year were just as divisive as anything Donald Trump ever spewed." However, according to CBS News, Biden has had success in his first year. Some 6.4 million new jobs have been created, which comes out to roughly 537,000 jobs a month.

While there certainly have been many blunders made by the president, he has done some important things in the Oval Office. Although his first term hasn't come to an end just yet, Biden is already thinking ahead. Recently, he announced who he plans to run with if he makes a reelection bid in 2024.

His response might not surprise you

While it is not set in stone that President Biden will run again in 2024, he has made it clear who his running mate will be if he chooses to go for a second term (via CNN). On January 19, Biden told reporters that he is happy with his current vice president, Kamala Harris.

During a press conference, Biden was taking questions about the voting rights bill being worked on in Congress (via People). One reporter asked, "You put Vice President Harris in charge of voting rights," adding, "Are you satisfied with her work on this issue? And can you guarantee — do you commit that she will be your running mate in 2024, provided that you run again?"

The president responded, "Yes and yes." When asked to explain this response, he said, "There's no need to," adding, "She's going to be my running mate, number one. And number two, I did put her in charge. I think she's doing a good job." It seems the president is happy with Harris' work as vice president.