According to an exclusive interview that was conducted by ABC News host David Muir with President Joe Biden, Biden reveals that “yes,” he planned to run again in 2024 — and if his predecessor, Donald Trump, runs, then it would “increase the prospect” even more.

“Do you plan to run for reelection?” A question was asked by David to Biden during the interview session which was conducted at the White House.

“Yes,” the president replied. “But look, I’m a great respecter of fate. Fate has intervened in my life many many times. If I’m in the health I’m in now — from a good health. And, in fact, I would run again.”

“And if that means a rematch against Donald Trump?” Muir asked. Trump, who served only one term, is eligible to run again in 2024.

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“You’re trying to tempt me now,” Biden said, laughing. “Sure. Why would I not run against Donald Trump for the nominee? That’ll increase the prospect of running.”

Biden, who is now at the age of 78 has become the oldest person to be for the position of President of a country when he took the office earlier in 2021, and the questions continue to pour in regarding his presidency as to whether he would be reelecting the campaign or not.

Another interesting side of the story was that last year before the election campaign, Biden also told Muir that he would be planning for being a president for the next eight years.