Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin has speculated that Michelle Obama will be the Democrat Party’s 2024 nominee.
Palin asserted that Joe Biden is “out.”
— Sarah Palin (@SarahPalinUSA) September 25, 2023
“Don’t be surprised. But I still say it’ll be Michelle O’ #2024Election. Biden’s out,” Palin wrote on X, the platform formerly known as Twitter.
The former governor was responding to a viral post sharing political author Greg Rubini’s theory that California Governor Gavin Newsom will be installed as the Democrat candidate.
Political author Greg Rubini has reported inside info that:
Kamala will be forced to resign as VP, and sent to the senate to replace Dianne Feinstein.
Then, Gavin Newsom will be subbed in as VP.
THEN they will REMOVE Joe Biden from office.
QUOTE: “either he will ‘die of…
— James Bradley (@JamesBradleyCA) September 25, 2023
“Kamala will be forced to resign as VP, and sent to the senate to replace Dianne Feinstein. Then, Gavin Newsom will be subbed in as VP. THEN they will REMOVE Joe Biden from office,” the post summarizes Rubini saying. “Then, Newsom will run against Trump!”
The former First Lady has previously ruled out running for the presidency.
“I’ve never expressed any interest in politics. Ever,” Michelle Obama told Oprah in an April interview. “I mean, I agreed to support my husband. He wanted to do it, and he was great at it. But at no point have I ever said, ‘I think I want to run.’ Ever. So, I’m just wondering: Does what I want have anything to do with anything? Does who I choose to be have anything to do with it?”
Obama continued, “Politics is hard. And the people who get into it — it’s just like marriage, it’s just like kids — you’ve got to want it. It’s got to be in your soul, because it is so important. It is not in my soul. Service is in my soul. Helping people is in my soul. Working with kids? I will spend my lifetime trying to make kids feel seen and find their light. That I will do. I don’t have to hold office to do that. In fact, I think I’m actually more effective outside of politics, because sadly, politics has become so divided. The minute you declare a party, you’ve alienated the other half of the country. Now, maybe some people who don’t agree with me politically can still gain some tools that can help them. Maybe I can help a kid who’s a Republican, because maybe they’ll listen to me.”