Who Funds 'No Labels' Push For More 2024 Choices? They Won't Say. : The NPR Politics Podcast Roughly half the country believes that neither Joe Biden nor Donald Trump should seek the presidency in 2024 — though both men are. A group called No Labels is laying the groundwork for a potential third party candidate, but they won't say where they're getting their money.

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Who Funds 'No Labels' Push For More 2024 Choices? They Won't Say.

Who Funds 'No Labels' Push For More 2024 Choices? They Won't Say.

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Then-presidential candidate Bill Clinton(R), and President George Bush (L) listen as Independent presidential candidate Ross Perot (C) answers a question 15 October, 1992 at the University of Richmond in Richmond, Virginia. DAVID AKE/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Then-presidential candidate Bill Clinton(R), and President George Bush (L) listen as Independent presidential candidate Ross Perot (C) answers a question 15 October, 1992 at the University of Richmond in Richmond, Virginia.

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Roughly half the country believes that neither Joe Biden nor Donald Trump should seek the presidency in 2024 — though both men are. A group called No Labels is laying the groundwork for a potential third party candidate, but they won't say where they're getting their money.

The podcast is produced by Elena Moore and Casey Morell. Our editor is Eric McDaniel. Our executive producer is Muthoni Muturi.

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