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Joe Biden just got a $25 million assist from Bill Clinton

March 28, 2024 RawAmericanTruth Politics 0
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President Joe Biden may be unpopular with voters, but he seems well-liked among another constituency, the donors.

Now, the president is pandering to his well-moneyed constituency by trotting out two Democrat predecessors: Barack Obama and Bill Clinton.

Biden’s re-election campaign is staging a fundraiser Thursday in New York City’s glitzy Radio City Music Hall, and the event will co-star the two former presidents.

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In a Thursday release, Biden’s campaign already claimed to have raised a whopping $25 million from this one event. The campaign described the $25 million as the nation’s biggest-ever haul from a political fundraiser.

Organizers expect thousands to attend, and they’re charging at least $225 for tickets.

The upcoming fundraiser will serve be a gilded exclamation mark on a recent burst of campaign donations. After this month’s State of the Union, the Biden campaign raised $10 million in one day, its most lucrative 24 hours to that point.

Obama and Clinton are helping Biden expand his already significant cash advantage over Republican Donald Trump. Biden had $155 million in cash on hand through the end of February, compared with $37 million for Trump and his Save America political action committee.


“This historic raise is a show of strong enthusiasm for President Biden and Vice President Harris and a testament to the unprecedented fundraising machine we’ve built,” campaign co-chair Jeffrey Katzenberg, a former studio head at Disney, told the Associated Press.

“Unlike our opponent, every dollar we’re raising is going to reach the voters who will decide this election — communicating the president’s historic record, his vision for the future and laying plain the stakes of this election.”

After Thursday’s haul, Biden will test the power of the campaign cash during his face-off with the GOP’s nominee.

Granted, Trump scored an upset victory over Democrat Hillary Clinton in 2016’s presidential election, and he was self-funding at the time.

While Trump remains in the headlines due to legal woes, his campaign has kept a low profile.

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Compared to Trump, Biden is eliciting much more help from not only donors, but also from former presidents.

“Crooked Joe is so mentally deficient that he needs to trot out some retreads like Clinton and Obama,” Trump campaign spokesperson Steven Cheung said in a statement.

The GOP’s presumptive nominee is expected to be in the area on Thursday, attending the Long Island wake of a New York City police officer shot and killed during a traffic stop in Trump’s native Queens.

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