Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) has announced he’ll be supporting President Joe Biden as the Democratic 2024 presidential candidate. Asked on Tuesday if there could be a contested convention for Democrats, Schumer told reporters “As I’ve said before, I’m with Joe.”

Seven House Democrats have even suggested Biden should withdraw as the nominee. New Jersey Representative Mikie Sherrill is the most recent Democrat to break ranks against the president In a statement.

“I am asking that (Biden) declare that he won’t run for reelection and will help lead us through a process toward a new nominee,” Sherrill said in a statement, according to one news outlet.

The comments come after Representative Jerry Nadler (D-NY), Adam Smith (D-WA), and more  said on a private call with Democratic lawmakers Sunday that they wanted Biden to step down as the Democratic nominee.

However, Nadler has since flipped her position and told reporters Tuesday morning that Biden “is going to remain in” the race and “we’re all going to support him.” 

Nadler was also asked if he thinks Biden is the strongest candidate to take up against former President Donald Trump, to which he simply said “Yes, at this point, he’s the best candidate. He’s the only candidate.”

“As the president said, something like 90% of Democrats voted for him in the primaries, he won the nomination,” the congressman added.

Biden has repeatedly said he isn’t going anywhere. In a letter he sent to Congressional Democrats on Monday, Obama reiterated his stance and directed that they all should follow it as well.

“Any weakening of resolve or lack of clarity about the task ahead only helps Trump and hurts us,” Biden wrote. “It is time to come together, move forward as a unified party, and defeat Donald Trump.”