Obama’s Increased Involvement in Biden’s Campaign a Sign of Anxiety Over Election Chances, Sources Say


Sources close to President Joe Biden’s campaign revealed that former President Barack Obama has become increasingly involved in Biden’s reelection effort, driven by anxiety over the president’s chances of winning.

Obama’s advisors consult with Biden campaign officials, including chair Jen O’Malley Dillon and senior adviser Anita Dunn, on key issues such as digital budget strategy and public relations. He has also been helping with fundraising efforts and has raised over $65 million for Biden.

Despite his high level of involvement, Obama’s anxiety about the election stems from a broader concern about the state of the country, rather than a particular lack of faith in Biden or his team. Friends and insiders describe him as careful not to exhibit any public discontent or complacency.

As a prominent surrogate for the Biden campaign, Obama is expected to be a key player in the upcoming election, likely reprising his role from four years ago. His early involvement is unprecedented, and his efforts are already bearing fruit.

However, it’s worth noting that Obama’s hands-on involvement has not always led to smooth results. A recent video captured Obama gently guiding Biden off the stage at a fundraiser. As the relationship between the two presidents enters a new chapter with Donald Trump’s potential return, Obama and Biden are working to define the contours of former’s role in the campaign, ensuring his influence benefits the Democratic party and his own legacy.

Wendell Husebo
Wendell Husebo
Former GOP War Room Analyst and founder of Healthy Living Magazine.

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