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Van Jones: Biden Should ‘Stay Hidden’ Like He Did in 2020, Let Other People Speak

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During CNN’s coverage of the New Hampshire primary elections, Van Jones suggested that President Joe Biden should “stay hidden” in his 2024 re-election campaign, as he may not inspire confidence and is not a strong messenger for himself.

Jones recommended using individuals who have benefited from the economy under Biden, such as clean energy executives and union members and leaders, as campaign advocates.

Jones criticized Biden’s previous campaign approach and emphasized the need to empower those who have experienced positive outcomes from the Biden economy to speak on his behalf.

“If I were Biden, I would stay hidden. And I’ll tell you why, he doesn’t inspire confidence and he’s not a great messenger for himself. He has done a tremendous job for this economy. Union members, union leaders are racking up win after win,” Jones said.

“They should be put forward. There are clean energy executives in red states that are putting people to work in solar energy on Main Street. There’s something wrong with this campaign where we’re somehow expecting Joe Biden, who, frankly, hid during the last campaign, to come out now and be Flash Gordon and save his own campaign.”

“The people who are benefitting from the Biden economy — and they exist — should be empowered to speak,” he said.

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