Joe Biden’s name will not appear on the New Hampshire Democrat primary ballot.
According to Reuters, the Democrats changed their rules to hold the primary in South Carolina first. New Hampshire state law requires their primary to be held first, so Biden is ineligible to be included.
Biden campaign chairman Julie Chavez Rodriguez sent a letter to New Hampshire Democratic Party Chair Ray Buckley stating that Biden would not submit a candidacy declaration before the Friday deadline.
Buckley responded, “The reality is that Joe Biden will win the New Hampshire first-in-the-nation primary in January, win renomination in Chicago and will be re-elected next November.”
This comes after Biden’s approval rating dipped to just 39 percent last month, per The Hill.
The outlet reported on a recent CNN poll that found that 58 percent of those surveyed blamed Biden for the struggling economy, and less than a third believed he has the mental capabilities to lead the nation.
Meanwhile, President Donald Trump signed his declaration of candidacy in New Hampshire on Monday.
He held up the document and stated, “I feel great,” when asked about it.
RSBN reported that Trump signed autographs and kissed a baby before giving a speech condemning Biden’s leadership and addressing the new threat of the U.S. entering WWIII.
Trump renewed his vow to restore “peace through strength” by re-securing the southern border, taking tough action against Iran, and removing Islamic terrorists from American soil.