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Former Obama Campaigner Downplays Tension Between Biden And Obama

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Barack Obama’s inner circle, including Eric Holder and Michelle Obama, express deep concern about the 2024 election and fear the potential return of Donald Trump to power.

Biden’s campaign faces challenges with progressive and independent voters, prompting Obama to provide strategic advice and support.

Obama sees the structural advantages favoring Republicans and is actively involved in the campaign. (Trending: Fox News Star Accused Of Major Scandal)

“Absolutely. I don’t think it’s a question about that,” said Holder about Obama’s concern for a second Trump term.

“I think that’s what motivates him. I think that’s what will continue to motivate him,” he continued.

Anton Gunn, a South Carolina Democrat, said, “I’m convinced more than ever before, that we have to save the American democracy through our actions, and that we cannot allow Trump to be dictator for one minute, much less one day, one week and give him four years.”

“This is certainly the campaign that President Biden is going to have to ultimately make decisions about,” warned Holder.

“President Obama is going to do everything he can to help in that regard, and that means campaigning, but it also means sharing strategic advice with (Biden),” he continued.

“And who better than President Obama to be a primary advisor to the campaign?” added the former prosecutor.

Eric Lesser, a former Massachusetts legislator, said, “I think he’s playing a lot of roles simultaneously.”

“He’s sincere about wanting to support school committee members and city councilors, up to presidents. So there’s almost like a mentor-in-chief role that he’s taken on,” continued the former Obama campaigner.

While some Democrats worry about Biden’s support, the campaign and Obama’s allies emphasize early and aggressive investment in engaging communities of color.

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