Fox confirms: Jeffries to convene virtual meeting Sunday with top Dems on House committees about Bid

House Minority Leader Hakeem Jeffries, D-N.Y., will hold a virtual meeting this weekend with top Democrats on House committees to discuss President Biden.

Fox News confirmed the meeting, which is scheduled to take place at 2 p.m. on Sunday.

For months, Democratic Party members shielded Biden from any kind of significant primary challenge. But after Biden’s poor performance during last week’s debate, the party has seen a seismic shift in terms of its outlook of the president serving a second term.

On Friday, several Democrats publicly called on the President to bow out, or seriously consider, exiting the presidential race, including Massachusetts Gov. Maura Healey.

In a statement, Healey urged the President to carefully evaluate whether he remains the best hope to defeat former President Trump.

The Washington Post also reported that Sen. Mark Warner, D-Va., is assembling a group of Democratic lawmakers to visit with Biden at the White House on Monday and to encourage him to step aside.

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