On March 31, 1968, Lyndon Johnson used a nationally televised address from the Oval Office to announce that he would no longer seek, and would not accept, his party’s nomination for the presidency of the United States.

After his catastrophic performance at last week’s debate, President Biden is under growing pressure to do the same. It’s tempting to think of the comparison as pure political tragedy: two proud men coming to the end of their often-distinguished careers, forced to face…


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