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Obama Calls In Reinforcements For Biden’s Campaign

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Former president Barack Obama has advised President Joe Biden to accelerate his campaign, offering counsel from his former campaign aides.

Obama’s participation in Biden’s fundraiser resulted in $2.6 million being raised, and he has been in discussions with Biden and the president’s re-election campaign team.

Biden’s efforts to regain support among black voters are evident as he plans to speak at the Mother Emanuel AME Church in South Carolina. (Trending: U.S. State Passes Personal Pronoun Ban)

David Axelrod said he would “live with the fact that the president is unhappy with me.”

“Again, my feeling is: either get out or get going,” added the Democratic Strategist.

However, Biden’s current standing among black voters is reportedly lower than in the 2020 general election.

Additionally, Biden’s age and potential challenges from Democratic contenders are factors in the ongoing discussions about his campaign strategy.

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