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Biden Campaign: Restoring Roe Top Priority on Day 1 of Second Term

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President Joe Biden’s deputy campaign manager, Quentin Fulks, stated in an interview that if Biden is reelected in 2024, his top priority on day one of his second term would be to prioritize abortion and restore Roe v. Wade.

Fulks also mentioned that Biden would focus on addressing gun violence, lowering prescription medication costs, and forgiving student loan debt.

Democrats have been emphasizing abortion as a central campaign issue, framing it as a matter of freedom. (Trending: Epstein’s Brother Finally Breaks His Silence)

“You talk about democracy being on the ballot. Some top Democratic lawmakers say, ‘Okay, good to be focused on former President Trump, but you’ve got to talk about what a second Biden agenda would look like.’ What would on day one President Biden’s top priority be?” Kristen Welker asked.

“Well, look, the president announced this campaign with the moniker of ‘Finish the job, and protecting freedom and democracy.’ So when we talk about that, let’s look at it. First of all, Roe,” Fulks said.

“The president has been adamant that we need to restore Roe. It is unfathomable that women today wake up in a country with less rights than their ancestors had years ago.”

The issue is expected to play a significant role in the 2024 campaign, contrasting Democrats with Republicans on issues like abortion, LGBTQ rights, and book banning.

“You’re going to have a Democrat, Joe Biden, who has stood up for a woman’s right to choose and is pushing for federal legislation to restore Roe v. Wade as the law of the land against a Republican who obviously has a very different point of view,” former White House chief of staff Ron Klain said.

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