Several Democratic governors remained supportive of President Joe Biden’s reelection bid as of Monday, even as their names are whispered as possible replacements after the president’s debate performance last week.

Democratic insiders were left shaken last week, after the president gave a rocky performance in the first presidential debate. Some leaders are reportedly scrambling to find a replacement candidate for Biden that has a chance of beating former President Donald Trump in November, but the White House has maintained that Biden will remain in the race.

Kentucky’s Democratic Gov. Andy Beshear was the most recent governor to stand by the president, stating on Monday that he would continue supporting Biden as long as he was in the race.

“The debate performance was rough. It was a very bad night for the president, but he is still the candidate,” Beshear told reporters, according to CBS News-affiliated outlet WLKY. “Only he can make decisions about his future candidacy. So as long as he continues to be in the race, I support him.” […]

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