Barack Obama, an individual who has subtly wielded influence within the Biden administration, has articulated grave apprehensions regarding the potential ramifications that may ensue should the incumbent president be unable to secure re-election in the face of former president Donald Trump.
An alarming development regarding the Biden campaign was noted by NBC.
The Washington Post, a publication widely recognized for its Democratic Party affiliation, recently published an article alleging that the Obama camp was dissatisfied with the Biden campaign. This could potentially undermine the odds of success for the incumbent president.
Plouffe presently holds a position as a board member of the Obama Foundation and formerly served as a White House senior advisor to Obama. The Washington Post subsequently presented a comprehensive summary of the conference in which Obama allegedly expressed his negative views.
Obama’s conversation with Biden on the subject took place during a private lunch at the White House in recent months, one of the people said, a meeting that has not been previously reported. Biden, who has long used Obama as a sounding board, invited his former boss to lunch, and the two discussed a range of topics including the 2024 election.
During the lunch, Obama noted the success of his reelection campaign structure in 2012, when some of his top presidential aides, including David Axelrod and Jim Messina, left the White House to take charge of the reelection operation in Chicago. That is a sharp contrast from Biden’s approach of leaving his closest aides at the White House even though they are involved in all the key decisions made by the campaign.
Obama also recommended that Biden seek counsel from Obama’s own former campaign aides, which Biden officials say they have done, the people said. CONTINUE READING…