CPAC Poll: Biden Is Not Willing to Run to Replace Michelle Obama

According to a straw poll conducted by the Conservative Political Action Conference, the majority of respondents think Michelle Obama, the former first lady, will be the next Democratic nominee instead of Joe Biden.

56% of respondents to a McLaughlin & Associates survey of 1,478 conservatives conducted between Wednesday and Saturday expressed their belief that Biden will not be his party’s nominee. Obama is who 47% of respondents said would succeed him.

Obama was followed by independent presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. at 2%, California Governor Gavin Newsom at 32%, and Vice President Kamala Harris at 6% in the race for the presidency.

Kennedy first declared as a Democrat, but after the Democratic National Committee prevented him from appearing on multiple state ballots as a Democrat, he changed his campaign to an independent. A spokesman for the Democratic National Committee charged on Wednesday, according to The Hill, that Kennedy’s super PAC was arranged by a MAGA donor.

Obama’s decision to not run for president was revealed in a 2013 Netflix interview titled “The Light We Carry: Michelle Obama and Oprah Winfrey,” according to Newsweek.

“I have never indicated that I am interested in politics. At all. I mean, I committed to standing by my husband. He was excellent at it and he wanted to do it. However, I have never once declared, “I think I want to run.” At all. I just want to know if there’s any connection between what I desire and anything. Does it matter what kind of person I choose to be?”

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