Democrats have no viable alternatives to Trump.

With less than a year until the November 2024 election, Democrats appear to be at a loss for a candidate capable of unseating former President Donald Trump.

President Joe Biden, who announced his reelection bid in April, has faced little opposition in his bid for the Democratic Party's presidential nomination. 

But, with Trump leading the crowded field of Republican candidates, and recent polling showing the former president winning in a few key swing states, it's unclear whether Biden would win a rematch of the 2020 election

The former president was projected to win by a narrow margin in the four swing states, and Biden was projected to win the popular vote by less than 2 million votes.

However, this is not the first time Democrats have received bad news.

 On November 5, a New York Times/Siena College poll projected Trump defeating Biden by four to ten percentage points in five key swing states: Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, and Pennsylvania.

Only Wisconsin, the survey's sixth battleground state, swung blue.

On Monday, Newsweek requested comment from the White House press office via email.

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