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Former Biden staffer calls for president to decline nomination after debate performance: ‘Very heavy heart’

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Jamie Metzl, who worked for President Biden during the Clinton administration as deputy staff director of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee when Biden was a senator, told Fox News Digital the president shouldn’t accept the nomination for the Democratic ticket after Biden's debate performance.

"I have tremendous respect for Joe Biden. He's my former boss. I think he's a great person and a great American patriot. But I think most people seeing him in the debate last night would have to come to the conclusion that he may not have 4½ healthy years left where he can perform at the highest level that's required for a United States president," said Metzl, author of the book "Superconvergence: How the Genetics, Biotech, and AI Revolutions Will Transform Our Lives, Work, and World."

"And so, it's with a very heavy heart and deep sadness that I've come to the conclusion that the best step for the Democratic Party and for the country is for President Biden to announce that he will not seek the Democratic Party's nomination to be the presidential candidate," Metzl said.


Metzl said he believes Biden did an "excellent" job in his first term, adding that before he took office, "we had significant attacks on our democracy and literally an attack on our Capitol. Our

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