President Joe Biden’s chances of securing a second White House term might have taken their biggest hit this week with the release of a special counsel report that questioned his memory and mental fitness.
Biden has struggled polls against a hypothetical, but likely, rematch with former President Donald Trump — especially in swing states. If the scathing report from special counsel Robert Hur and mounting examples of Biden’s mental and verbal flubs persist, Democrats could end up shaking up the top of the ticket.
But replacing a sitting president isn’t easy. And the job for Democrats is complicated by Vice President Kamala Harris, an equally unpopular public figure, waiting in the wings. Harris might be the next in line, but if Democrats can’t pivot to her, there is a short bench of