North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper will be among a group of Democrat governors meeting with President Joe Biden Wednesday evening in a closed-door meeting at the White House.

CBS 17 in Raleigh confirmed that Cooper will attend the 6:30pm meeting, virtually.

Others attending the meeting include Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz, who is also the chair of the Democratic Governors Association, California Gov. Gavin Newsom, Illinois Gov. JB Pritzker, Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear, Rhode Island Gov. Dan McKee, Massachusetts Gov. Maura Healey, Maryland Gov. Wes Moore, and Delaware Gov. John Carney.

Pennsylvania Gov. Josh Shapiro and New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy will also attend virtually. 

Reports say the meeting is being held to shore up support for Biden after his disastrous performance in his debate with former President Donald Trump.

Still, others are expressing their concern about Biden continuing his re-election campaign, including Rep. Lloyd Doggett, D-TX, who became the first House Democrat to call on Biden to drop out of the race, and twenty-five House Democrats who are preparing to ask him to call it quits.

Cooper, Whitmer, Newsom, Pritzker, Shapiro, and Beshear have all been mentioned as possible replacements if Biden drops out of the race, bypassing Vice-President Kamala Harris, who has a lower favorability rating than Biden.

However, Reuters reported Wednesday afternoon that Harris would be the top choice to replace Biden, according to seven senior sources at the Biden campaign, the White House, and the Democratic National Committee.

Cooper praised Biden at his post-debate rally in Raleigh Friday. He said Biden convinced the North Carolina Republican legislature to finally expand Medicaid by getting the state extra mental health money.

Cooper said that Trump would be a dictator if he is re-elected.

“Donald Trump is an existential threat to our democracy and our nation, and we have to stop him,” he said. “Joe Biden made a bipartisan infrastructure bill happen when Donald Trump couldn’t, and now our roads and bridges are being updated, our ports and railways are being brought into the 21st century, and our small businesses in rural communities are getting high-speed internet access. Joe Biden increased healthcare coverage while Donald Trump tried to take it away.”