While Democrats in Washington debate the future of the top of the Democratic ticket, Maryland Gov. Wes Moore doubled down on his staunch support for President Joe Biden’s re-election efforts.

Gov. Moore participated in a Biden campaign fundraising call Monday, and according to Moore’s campaign, he will “continue to advocate for the Biden-Harris ticket" during the call.

During a town hall discussion with political commentator Armstrong Williams, who also co-owns The Baltimore Sun, Williams questioned Gov. Moore about his stance on President Biden staying in the re-election race.

“I understand that the president has got to make his case, and he’s got to make his case to the American people,” Gov. Moore said. “He’s the person who won the primary. He’s the nominee. He’s the person who millions of people voted for, and I will always stand with the people.”... Read More: FOX45