Democrats and donors are pondering who could be the best alternative to take on Donald Trump after faltering attempts to calm nerves following last week’s debate.

Cracks are beginning to appear in the Democratic Party’s support of President Biden after last week’s debate debacle.Yuri Gripas for The New York TimesPlan B talks get louder

The Biden campaign’s attempts to soothe panicked Democrats and donors after the president’s calamitous debate appear to have cratered.

One Democratic lawmaker has openly called on President Biden to withdraw from the race, while others are sharply criticizing his campaign’s response. Polls show his approval ratings are falling. And many party backers remain as nervous about sticking with him as they were last week — but also worry about the alternatives.

The latest: Representative Lloyd Doggett of Texas became the first sitting Democrat to demand that Biden step

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