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in General Factchecking by Apprentice (1.6k points)
This will be problematic as America continues to be polarized and not seemingly fond of either canditate.
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Yes, correct, if we continue to be divided without candidates that both have secured prominent delegates to become respective nominees. Based on this article from AP news we could see both Donald Trump and Joe Biden representing their parties!!


https://apnews.com/article/presidential-race-rematch-history-biden-trump-cleveland-8d5c41537e397cb02924ef60e1183dca

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by Novice (800 points)
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This Article is right. During the primaries, Donald Trump and Joe Biden secured enough delegates to become their respective party nominees. According to this article from NPR, both candidates secured the nomination as of March 12th, 2024.

https://www.npr.org/2024/03/12/1238033721/donald-trump-joe-biden-nomination-delegates
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by Apprentice (1.7k points)

This is true. On March 12, both Donald Trump and Joe Biden one the nominations for their respective parties. According to Politico’s GOP Tracker, Trump beat out his Republican competitors by 1,863 votes while Biden beat his Democratic competitors by 3,032.

According to the Economist, both candidates have been neck and neck at around 43%. As of April 11th, Biden is trailing by 1% more than Trump. So, they are the nominees but there is still a fair game at who is elected. 

https://www.economist.com/interactive/us-2024-election/trump-biden-polls

https://www.politico.com/2024-election/results/president/

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by Genius (41.9k points)
From the claim's source, it is a *potential* rematch. Therefore, isn't the claim N/A, no available information since we cannot predict the future?
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by Novice (520 points)
Yes, both candidates received their party nominations. NPR released an article after the nominations of incumbent Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump were secured by each candidate, which is linked below. It has been confirmed that Joe Biden received the Democratic party's nomination in mid-March, and Donald received the Republican party's nomination in March as well. The election will be between Biden and Trump in 2024, therefore this claim is factually correct.

https://www.npr.org/2024/03/12/1238033721/donald-trump-joe-biden-nomination-delegates
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by Newbie (270 points)

PBS is a reliable source that people use often and the article is accurate. Anything can happen and we have to remember that, but if the elections were to happen today Biden and Trump would most likely be our candidates. NPR released an article that explains their security of nomination of their party and are set to vote in November. Here is a link attatched to the article. 

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by Newbie (250 points)
This article is true, the 2024 United States of America presidential election will be a rematch between Donald Trump and Joe Biden. Both Trump and Biden got enough votes to be the nominees for their parties. This is the first presidential rematch since 1956.

https://apnews.com/article/presidential-race-rematch-history-biden-trump-cleveland-8d5c41537e397cb02924ef60e1183dca
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this article is correct, if we continue divided without canidates that we cqan truly learn to like it will not be good. Donald Trump and Joe Biden secured enough delegates to become their respective party nominees. According to this article from NPR, both candidates secured the nomination as of March 12th, 2024.

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by Newbie (200 points)

Hi, my name is Lucy I am a student at the University of Oregon and I am using this site as a practice to look for fake news and fact-check certain news. I found a lot of articles backing this statement up. I have used AP news for a ton of my classes checking information and learning information. Donald Trump and Joe Biden are secured to becoming the two candidates for the 2024 election. https://apnews.com/article/2024-election-presidential-debates-biden-trump-6b1d1dbb2ed61c7637041b23662d7da8

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by (180 points)

This article stands to be correct. In the preliminary voting Trump and Biden each won the ballot for their respective sides. This means that the two front runners for the 2024 election will indeed be a rematch.

https://www.npr.org/2024/03/12/1238033721/donald-trump-joe-biden-nomination-delegates

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by Newbie (210 points)
This fact is correct. There are multiple credible news articles that state that Joe and Trump are engaging in a presidential rematch. It is the first presidential rematch since 1956. Both candidates have won the popular vote for both of their parties.

https://apnews.com/article/presidential-race-rematch-history-biden-trump-cleveland-8d5c41537e397cb02924ef60e1183dca
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by (150 points)

This is correct according to this npr article. Donald Trump and Joe Biden both beat out their competitors securing that they will be up against each other once again. This is also the first president rematch since 1956.

https://www.npr.org/2024/03/12/1238033721/donald-trump-joe-biden-nomination-delegates

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