Highlighting the need for fresh leadership within the Democratic Party, Charlamagne argued that allowing another Democrat to challenge the Republican frontrunner would provide a better opportunity for success in the upcoming election.
The radio commentator drew a comparison to the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, criticizing her decision not to retire during the Obama administration when Democrats had control of the Senate.
"The point is, we don't need Biden to beat Donald Trump — just like we didn't need RBG to stay on the court," Charlamagne stated in his monologue.
Charlamagne emphasized that Biden's age and popularity were key factors in his call for the president to step down from the race.
"Biden's not getting any younger, he's not going to get any more popular, and he's not getting a new running mate," he exclaimed.
"Please, Mr. President, give America the ultimate Christmas gift and step aside," Charlamagne pleaded, drawing parallels to a situation where Biden would step in to defend him in a bar fight. "I appreciate you caring, but I don't like our chances."
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According to Real Clear Politics, polling averages show that Trump currently holds a narrow lead over Biden by a margin of 2.1 percent.
These figures, coupled with reports of Biden's statement to donors that he is running in 2024 because of Trump, have reportedly fueled Charlamagne's plea for the President to reconsider his candidacy.
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Biden told reporters, "I'm not the only one to beat him, but I will defeat him."
Without revealing the identities of these other potential contenders, Biden then proceeded to shut the door and end the press session.