Unknown Democrat Defeats Biden?

Gage Skidmore from Peoria, AZ, United States of America, CC BY-SA 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons

(RestoreAmericanGlory.com) – On Tuesday, President Joe Biden lost one of the primary races on Super Tuesday to an unknown candidate. 

Fox News Decision Desk had found that entrepreneur Jason Palmer, a candidate in the U.S. territory of American Samoa, would win the caucuses in the territory. This means that he has the support of four delegates while Biden has gained the support of two. 

Palmer, who is a self-described investor, notes in his campaign website that he has in the past worked in the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and Microsoft and has gained executive experience there. The 52-year-old candidate has also been the owner of a small business for over 25 years apart from having leadership and executive-level experience. 

Palmer’s campaign put out a press release on Mar.1 stating that he would appear on the 16 states and territories ballot on Super Tuesday. He has also pointed out that he is the youngest Democrat presidential candidate. 

In a post on X, formerly known as Twitter, Palmer stated that he was honored to have won in the American Samoa presidential primary and thanked the community for their support. He added that this was a testament to the power of their voices and how they could together rebuild the American Dream. 

This recent loss for President Biden comes after his recent victories against Minnesota Rep. Dean Phillips and author Marianne Williamson on Super Tuesday. This is not the first time that Biden has lost the U.S. territory as he also lost it in 2020. 

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