Biden reelec­tion cam­paign cap­i­tal­izes on Repub­li­can scram­ble for speak­er

Pres­i­dent Joe Biden’s cam­paign is tak­ing advan­tage of the fact that House Repub­li­cans haven’t select­ed a speak­er in 17 days.
Biden is up for reelec­tion in 2024, and he would be 86 years old at the end a sec­ond term. Online and in press gag­gles, Biden and his cam­paign staffers have been mock­ing the GOP for oust­ing Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R‑CA) from the speak­er­ship with­out any replace­ment in sight.
HOUSE GOP CONFERENCE VOTES TO ABANDON JORDAN AS SPEAKER NOMINEE
“MAGA House Repub­li­cans’ self-inflict­ed chaos and chron­ic inabil­i­ty to gov­ern stands in stark con­trast to Pres­i­dent Biden’s strong and steady lead­er­ship at this crit­i­cal moment for glob­al secu­ri­ty,” Biden cam­paign spokesman Ammar Mous­sa said in a state­ment. “It is embar­rass­ing that MAGA House Repub­li­cans con­tin­ue to let the pet­ty snip­ing and infight­ing in their own par­ty pre­vent them from work­ing with the pres­i­dent on bipar­ti­san nation­al secu­ri­ty pri­or­i­ties.”
Mous­sa …