New York Times editorial board calls on Biden to leave race

 The New York Times editorial you're referring to criticizes President Joe Biden and calls for him to step aside and allow another Democrat to challenge Donald Trump in the upcoming presidential election. The editorial board, distinct from the newspaper's newsroom, described Biden as "the shadow of a great public servant" and stated that his performance in the recent debate with Trump showed he had failed his own test. They characterized Biden's determination to run again as a "reckless gamble" and suggested that the best service he could do for the country would be to announce that he will not seek re-election. This editorial reflects a significant opinion within the influential newspaper regarding Biden's candidacy and future political strategy.

Describing Biden as “the shadow of a great public servant,” the newspaper’s editorial board — which is separate from its newsroom — said Thursday’s debate between the president and Trump proved the 81-year-old “failed his own test.” His determination to run again is a “reckless gamble,” it said, adding: “the greatest public service Mr. Biden can now perform is to announce that he will not continue to run for re-election.”

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