Washington D.C - In a shocking turn of events, former vice-president Joe Biden announced his plan to run for president in 2024, but with a catch - as a robot.
"Look, folks, I've been in politics for a long time now, and my organs are starting to remind me of it. So, I figured, why not embrace technology and run for president as a robot?" Biden announced at a press conference, surrounded by cheering supporters.
Voters seem unfazed by the prospect of a robotic leader, with some even welcoming the idea as an improvement to Biden's already stiff and robotic persona.
"I mean, honestly, can he get any less relatable? At least as a robot, he'll be consistent," remarked local resident Sally Johnson.
Others are hopeful that a robotic Biden will bring a new level of efficiency and speed to the Oval Office.
"I'm excited to see a president who doesn't need to sleep, eat, or go to the bathroom. Can you imagine how much he could get done?" said political enthusiast, Rick Sanchez.
However, critics wonder if a robotic presidency would lack the necessary human touch needed to lead a country.
"How can we trust a robot to understand human emotions and make empathetic decisions?" questioned political commentator, Rachel Maddow.
Despite these concerns, the Biden campaign remains optimistic about the future of robotic politics and the potential for a robo-president to revolutionize the White House.
"I'm just glad we won't have to worry about any more gaffes or awkward social interactions," said Biden campaign advisor, Robo-Bro 5000, with a metallic chuckle.