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Biden Campaign Labels Trump ‘Wounded, Dangerous and Unpopular’

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Former President Donald Trump’s recent wins in Super Tuesday primaries were downplayed by Biden campaign officials, who labeled him a “wounded, dangerous, and unpopular” candidate for the general election despite his strong performance.

“The results of last night’s Super Tuesday contests cemented what we have known for some time now: Donald Trump limps into the general election as a wounded, dangerous and unpopular candidate,” Biden campaign chair Jen O’Malley Dillon and campaign manager Julie Chavez Rodriguez wrote.

“The Republican nominee is cash-strapped, beleaguered by a host of external issues, and is running on an extreme agenda that is already proving to be a significant liability for key voting blocs that are critical to the pathway to 270 electoral votes,” they said.

Trump is close to securing the Republican nomination, with Nikki Haley as his remaining opponent.

The Biden campaign emphasized the contrast between Biden’s accomplishments and Trump’s perceived failures, gearing up for a close election in November.

“Building off of last night’s momentum, tomorrow evening’s State of the Union address will provide the American people with the latest example of the stark choice they will be confronted with in November between President Biden, who remains laser-focused on delivering for the American people while running on a historically popular record of accomplishment, and Donald Trump, whose failed record and dark vision for this country is as dangerous as it is unpopular with the voters who will decide this election,” O’Malley Dillon and Chavez Rodriguez wrote.

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