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Obama Aides Clash with Biden Team over Campaign Strategy

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Some former Obama aides are expressing doubts about President Biden’s 2024 election strategies, citing concerns about the campaign’s organization and ground game compared to Obama’s.

Suggestions include incorporating White House advisers into the campaign team for better organization.

“The vibe was that the campaign didn’t have its s— together,” an anonymous Democrat stated. (Trending: Bombshell UFO Footage Released To The Public)

“There wasn’t infrastructure in the states. There wasn’t a beefed-up campaign headquarters. And compared to where Obama was in 2011, the campaign was fairly anemic.”

A former state director added, “The big issue I have is Biden never had an organization before. He didn’t have much in the Dem primary. Then the general was during COVID and no ground stuff was really done.”

“There is a treasure trove of experience in that White House. I mean, one of the issues is it’s all in the White House,” former chief strategist David Axelrod stated.

“Probably some of it should be sitting over at the campaign.”

However, some are less concerned, emphasizing the importance of activating the base and getting out the message closer to the election.

“Your average swing voter pays attention to politics four minutes a week until the few months leading up to November,” Obama’s former re-election campaign manager Jim Messina said.

“So the way they’re working to activate the base and get out their message — and the stakes of making the right choice in the inevitable Biden/Trump rematch — to other groups is smart.”

“We invite everyone concerned about the existential threat that Donald Trump and MAGA Republicans pose to our freedom and democracy to channel their energy toward organizing, donating and talking to their friends about the stakes of this election and President Biden’s commitment to fighting these threats head on,” Biden spokesperson Kevin Munoz said.

The clash echoes a report that Obama had raised questions about the structure of Biden’s re-election campaign, expressing a need for the campaign to make decisions independently.

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