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President Biden’s Approval Hits a 15-Year Low, Prompting Campaign Questions

With less than a year until the general election, the Biden administration faces scrutiny over its campaign strategy as former Obama campaign aides express concerns while Biden’s team remains confident in their chances of victory.

Lowest Satisfaction Rating in 15 Years

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President Biden’s approval rating has dropped to a mere 31%, the lowest of any president in the past 15 years.

This decline is attributed to rising prices, immigration challenges, and disagreements over the administration’s stance on the Israel-Palestine conflict.

Biden-Harris Confidence

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Vice President Kamala Harris exudes confidence, asserting that they will win regardless of the Republican nominee or the current low poll ratings. Her unwavering optimism contrasts with the challenging political landscape.

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Pacing the Campaign

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Quentin Fulks, principal deputy campaign manager, believes it’s premature to go full throttle on the campaign trail.

He argues that most swing voters only engage with politics for brief periods weekly, indicating that the campaign will intensify closer to the general election.

Concerns Among Former Obama Aides

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Anonymous former Obama campaign aides have expressed concerns about the Biden campaign’s lack of preparedness, citing insufficient infrastructure in states and a less robust campaign headquarters compared to Obama’s 2011 campaign.

Addressing Key Democratic Concerns

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Democrats urge the Biden campaign to address pressing issues such as the border crisis and inflation, which are affecting Americans significantly.

They emphasize the need for Biden to communicate solutions to these problems in his campaign message.

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Focusing Beyond the ‘MAGA Wall’

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Rep. James E. Clyburn suggests that the Biden campaign should not focus on countering the fervent support for former President Trump, referred to as the “MAGA wall.”

Instead, he advises a focus on Biden’s achievements and challenges.

Advice from White House Advisors

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David Axelrod, Obama’s former chief strategist, recommends reassigning White House advisors to campaign roles, leveraging their wealth of experience. This move could enhance campaign organization and effectiveness.

Obama’s Input

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Former President Obama has raised questions about the campaign’s structure, advocating for greater campaign autonomy. His input aims to streamline campaign decision-making and allow the White House team to concentrate on national matters.

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Staying Committed to the Message

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The Biden campaign remains resolute in their messaging. They emphasize the threat posed by MAGA Republicans, address issues like prescription drug prices, student loan debt, and unemployment, while working to combat inflation.

Battling Voter Apathy

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Concerns arise over voters switching allegiance, as exemplified by a focus group participant who shifted from Trump to Biden and back to Trump, vowing to disengage from news and enjoy the economy. The Biden campaign must tackle this trend.

Biden’s Candid Remark

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During a fundraiser near Boston, President Biden made a comment about not running if Trump weren’t in the race, raising questions about his motivations and concerns over low approval ratings.

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Preparing for Upcoming Elections

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The general election draws near, and while doubts and challenges persist, the Biden campaign faces the task of securing victory in what promises to be a closely contested race.

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