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Biden to host news conference amid doubts about reelection chance

(NewsNation) — President Joe Biden will host a solo news conference Thursday, following a week of Democratic speculation about his fitness to serve.

Biden is scheduled to take questions from the White House press corps at 6:30 p.m. ET at the conclusion of a NATO summit being held in Washington. NewsNation will livestream the news conference here.

It’s unclear how many questions he may take.

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Biden’s performance at the first presidential debate ahead of the 2024 election sowed doubt among some who now fear the 81-year-old incumbent isn’t suited for a second term. The debate set the stage for the anticipated rematch between Biden and former President Donald Trump, the presumptive GOP nominee.

However, Biden was quick to say he had no intention of dropping out of the race, a source familiar with the matter confirmed to NewsNation after the June debate.

Some Democrats, including Vice President Kamala Harris, have continued to be vocal Biden supporters. Others echoed broader public concerns about the president seemingly fumbling his words and losing his train of thought on the debate stage, and have since called for his resignation.

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House Minority Leader Hakeem Jeffries reiterated his support for Biden on Thursday, but acknowledged the conversations among his members were not over.

Biden has argued his performance represented a singularly bad night and wasn’t indicative of his mental acuity.

His performance Thursday could bolster or sway the doubts growing among fellow Democrats.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.