Another Democrat says Joe has got to go.

Democratic Senate candidate Tim Ryan said in an interview this week that the Democrats need new leadership, signaling that he’d like to see someone other than Joe Biden as the head of the Democratic Party.

“Do you think he should run again in 2024?” a reporter in Youngstown, Ohio asked Ryan.

“My hunch is that we need new leadership across the board,” said Ryan, an Ohio congressman. “I think it’s time for a generational move for new leaders on both sides. I think the environment politically across the country is poisonous and people I think want some change.”

“He’s not being tough enough on China,” said Ryan. “We’re not going in enough on natural gas. I fight him on some of these things as well. On some of the border stuff, I think he’s made some big mistakes, I think we’ve got to be firmer on the border.”

Ryan avoided endorsing Biden during an appearance on Fox News back in July.

“I’m working on my own election and that’s all I’m focused on right now,” Ryan said. “We’ve got a little under four months here in Ohio, and we’re running a great campaign. We’re up in the polls, and working really hard. So I’m just going to focus on that and then we can chat about that after I win and get in the United States Senate. I’ll be happy to comment.”

According to polling over at FiveThirtyEight, Ryan is up on GOP opponent J.D. Vance by approximately two points.

“Remember, this is the same Tim Ryan who votes with Joe Biden 100% of the time in Washington, DC and who endorsed Joe Biden for President in the 2020 Democrat Primary over numerous other options,” a spokesperson for the Vance campaign told The Daily Caller.

Vance recently released a campaign ad targeting Democrats like Tim Ryan for being soft on crime.

Watch the ad below:

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