Joe Biden’s strategy for the 2024 election: Let us avoid discussing Donald Trump

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Cedric Richmond, who holds the position of co-chair of the Joe Biden campaign, stated that “we are not going to focus on Donald Trump’s legal problems.”According to a top assistant to the Biden campaign, the re-election campaign of former Vice President Joe Biden in 2024 would not focus on the legal actions that have been brought against Donald Trump, the front-runner for the Republican nomination.

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In light of the fact that Donald Trump was arrested at an Atlanta jail on more than a dozen felony counts as part of a criminal case stemming from his attempts to reverse his defeat in the 2020 election in the state of Georgia, this comes at a time when he is facing four different sets of criminal charges.”We’re not going to focus on Donald Trump’s legal problems,” Cedric Richmond, who is the co-chair of the Biden campaign, said in an interview with the “This Week With George Stephanopoulos” program on ABC.During his time in the Fulton County jail, where his mug shot was taken, Donald Trump appeared for approximately twenty minutes and stated that the prosecution is motivated by political considerations.

It is a farce of justice that what has occurred here has taken happened. I did not commit any wrongdoing, and everyone is aware of this,” he stated.Despite the fact that Donald Trump has been charged with 91 felony counts in four indictments this year, Joe Biden has stayed silent. These charges include paying hush money to a porn star, unlawfully storing classified documents, and attempting to change the results of the 2020 election.In the meantime, Bloomberg reported that the former president of the United States of America raised $7.1 million since his incarceration. This was done in an effort to capitalize on the mug shot that was taken at a Fulton County jail. According to the study, Donald Trump’s presidential campaign attempt in 2024 pulled up $4.18 million on Friday alone, making it the greatest single-day haul of his entire campaign process.

It was reported earlier by Politico that the seven million dollars that were raised constitutes around one fifth of the more than thirty-five million dollars that he collected through the Trump Save America Joint Fundraising Committee during the second quarter.

Donald Trump has a roughly forty-point advantage over his competitors in the majority of opinion surveys for the Republican nomination to fight Joe Biden, the Democrat who defeated him in 2020. Biden is the candidate who defeated Trump in 2020.

Joe Biden, the Vice President of the United States, is going to face the opponent that he believes he was destined to defeat in the year 2024. In the first two Republican presidential contests, which took place in Iowa and New Hampshire, Donald Trump emerged victorious with a clear victory, thereby confirming what Biden’s re-election team has been predicting for several months.It is a rematch, and they claim they are convinced that Biden will win, despite the fact that public opinion polls show him tied with Trump, and that Americans are outraged over high prices and question his age, his economic ideas, and his policies on the border and in the Middle East.

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Biden’s team is concentrating on warning that Trump poses a major threat to the democracy of the United States, and that abortion and other personal freedoms are at issue. This is necessary in order for Biden to defeat Trump once more, as he did in 2020. They have their fingers crossed that this strategy will win over independents and pique the interest of Democrats who are on the fence about their support.The contentious decision to run for a second term was made by Biden, who is 81 years old, in large part because he was convinced that he would face Trump, who is 77 years old, and because he believes that he is the Democrat who is capable of defeating Trump in the election that will take place in November.

During a fundraising event that took place a month ago, Vice President Biden stated, “If Trump weren’t running, I’m not sure I’d be running.” “We cannot let him win.”

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