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CNN Analyst Admits Biden’s Messaging Is Flat: ‘A Noun And A Verb And January 6’

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CNN senior political analyst Nia-Malika Henderson criticized President Joe Biden’s messaging for the 2024 election, noting it often revolves around “a noun and a verb and January 6.”

She emphasized the need for fresher and broader messaging, indicating that the Biden team’s focus on tying Trump to the Capitol riot has become repetitive.

Henderson said, “I think if you’re Biden, you can look at what Chris Christie said, those comments, that is an ad in and of itself, the idea that this is a battle for the soul of America, something that Joe Biden said back in 2020.”

“So, listen, you know, I think this argument around democracy is a, it’s an argument they made recently. It’s an argument they made going into 2022,” she continued.

“They do have to figure out a way to make it fresher. Right? Because it can’t just be a noun and a verb and January 6th, right?” she asked.

“It’s got to be much broader than that. And they’re clearly trying to connect it to day-to-day issues,” added Henderson.

Henderson highlighted the importance of connecting the argument to day-to-day issues.

Dana Bash, amused by the comment, reminded the audience of Biden’s past use of a similar construction to criticize Rudy Giuliani, indicating a pattern of repeating stories.

Jim Treacher wrote, “Joe Biden once said of Rudy Giuliani: ‘Every sentence he says has three things: a noun, a verb, and 9/11,’”

“Well, every sentence Biden says has a noun, a verb, and his son dying of cancer,” he added.

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