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Cat Fight? Michelle vs. Kamala: Matt Boyle, Kurt Schlichter, Larry O'Connor, Monica Crowley



Will Joe Biden stay the Democrat nominee? Or will the Democrats switch him out with Kamala Harris or Michelle Obama at the Democrat National Convention? Matt Boyle, Kurt Schlichter, Larry O’Connor, and Monica Crowley gathered on the CPAC in DC 2024 stage to discuss these questions and more about the 2024 presidential election.  


The panelists throw around theories as far as suggesting that Joe Biden would not only step down from the nomination but also from the presidency, allowing Harris to take over the presidency and the nomination. The problem is that Harris’ public performances are just as humiliating as Biden’s public appearances.  


Because of that, Michelle Obama is suggested as a charismatic replacement for Biden.  


“They can position Michelle as the reluctant candidate, really didn’t want to do this, but she needs to save her party and her country. So, she’s been reluctantly recruited. Also, if they wait that long, they can run her as a pristine candidate without getting bruised and bloodied up in any kind of a primary. She only would have to run for ten weeks to November 5,” theorized Crowley.  


Ultimately, the discussion leads to the question: Who’s really in charge here? 


The conclusion the panelists reach is that it’s definitely not Biden but likely President Obama.  


Watch the full discussion on Rumble @CPAC.  


Make plans to see more great speeches live at CPAC in DC 2025 at CPAC.org.

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