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Democratic lawmakers’ concerns hang over Joe Biden’s position as the party’s presidential nominee despite campaign’s efforts

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Sen. Peter Welch, a Democrat from Vermont, speaks with reporters as he departs a Senate Democratic Caucus meeting at the US Capitol July 9, 2024.
July 10, 2024

(CNN) — Democratic lawmakers continue to question President Joe Biden’s place as their presidential nominee two days after he asserted he was “firmly committed” to staying in the race in a letter aimed at consolidating their support behind him, with many politely suggesting he still might change his mind if polls continue show him lagging.

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