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2024 Election: The Quest for the Least Off-Putting Candidate

Buckle up, folks! It’s election time again, and according to former White House communications director Alyssa Farah Griffin, it’s all about finding the candidate who’s the “least off-putting” for voters. Yep, you heard that right.

In a lively discussion on CNN’s “State of the Union” panel, Farah Griffin didn’t hold back, pointing out the elephant in the room: both Biden and Trump have had their fair share of gaffes, and let’s just say, they’re not getting any younger.

But here’s the kicker: despite their flaws, these two are still the front-runners for 2024. It’s like picking the lesser of two evils, but with a political twist.

Farah Griffin summed it up perfectly: “It’s basically going to come down to a handful of swing states, who was the least off-putting for voters in November.” In other words, it’s a popularity contest, but with a twist of lemon.

Sure, Biden may have his moments of forgetfulness, and Trump, well, let’s just say he’s not known for his tact. But hey, nobody’s perfect, right?

According to a recent NBC News poll, a whopping 76 percent of voters have concerns about Biden’s mental and physical health for a second term. And Trump? Well, he’s not far behind, with 48 percent of voters sharing the same worries.

But amidst all the chaos, one thing’s for sure: Biden and his team aren’t taking these criticisms lying down. They’ve slammed the recent special counsel report, calling it “inappropriate” and accusing it of “trashing” the president. Talk about fighting words!

So what does all this mean for 2024? Well, it’s anyone’s guess. But one thing’s for sure: it’s going to be a wild ride. So grab your popcorn, folks, and get ready for the show of a lifetime.