Marianne Williamson was Joe Biden’s first opponent as a presidential candidate

Marian Williamson, a successful author of self-help books, is entering the race for the White House. As a Democrat, she would do so in primaries Most likely against current President Joe Biden.

Four years ago, now 70-year-old Marianne Williamson was also a Democratic presidential candidate, but without much success. And soon she withdrew from the race for the White House. Then she backed first Andrew Yang and then Bernie Sanders in the preliminary rounds.

Williamson, who has authored dozens of books and was a frequent guest of Oprah Winfrey as a spiritual advisor, gave a speech to her supporters in Washington on Saturday, in which he lambasted the current political class. According to her, it is “resistant to change and corrupted by multinational corporations”.

Biden himself said last week that he intends to run again in the US presidential elections in 2024, but he was in no hurry to officially announce his candidacy. “There are a lot of other things we need to finish soon before I go into the campaign,” he said.

The Republicans now have three candidates: former President Donald Trump, Nikki Haley and Vivek Ramaswamy. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis is also expected to run for president. He will also have the greatest chances of getting the nomination in the end.

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