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Jill Biden must convince her husband to bow out of race following ‘catastrophic' debate: Liberal columnist

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Liberal author Jill Filipovic is calling on First Lady Jill Biden to convince her husband to bow out of the presidential race following his "catastrophic debate" against former President Trump.

In a column for The Daily Beast published Friday, Filipovic hammered President Biden’s debate performance and declared it was high time that the Democratic Party find a replacement for its presidential candidate. She called on Biden’s closest advisors, including his wife, to counsel the president to step aside so that a more formidable candidate may face Trump.

The opinion piece was headlined, "Jill Biden Must Step Up Now to Help Oust Her Husband."

"Right now, we all need her to step up – not to tell her husband what to do, but to push him to really reflect on what is best for the country," the columnist wrote.


Filipovic began her piece with an assessment of the poor position that Biden’s performance put the party in – that now it has either to stick with a candidate who is obviously impaired and could lose to Trump, or to endure a rocky battle to replace the incumbent only a few months before November.

"A second Biden term is seeming less and less likely, and Democratic voters and pundits… seem increasingly nervous that we’re marching to our own funeral," she

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