A Trump-Biden rematch may be on the horizon in 2024, whether voters like it or not

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The Associated Press

NEW YORK (AP) – The end of Labor Day would typically mark the start of a furious sprint to the Iowa caucuses as candidates battle for their party’s presidential nomination.

But as the 2024 campaign comes into greater focus, the usual frenzy is yielding to a sense of inevitability.

Donald Trump dominates the Republican primary. Trump’s strength comes despite – or perhaps because of – multiple criminal indictments threatening to overshadow any serious debate about the future of the country.

President Joe Biden is on a glide path to victory on the Democratic side. The 80-year-old incumbent faces token opposition for the Democratic nomination.

Whether voters like it or not, a Trump-Biden rematch may be on the horizon.

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9/5/2023 3:42:41 PM (GMT -5:00)

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