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Key Members Of Biden White House Are Doubling As Campaign Staff


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Key members of President Joe Biden’s White House staff are doubling as his campaign staff, a move that is reportedly making some Democrat allies nervous, according to The New York Times (NYT).

Less than a year out from the 2024 election, most of Biden’s inner circle have reportedly not left for the president’s campaign headquarters in Delaware as they juggle their positions in the White House, according to The NYT. Democrat allies of the president are reportedly worried that such a position is affecting Biden’s standing in the polls, they told The NYT.


“That’s why you hear so much, you know, back-seat driving,” John Morgan, a top Biden donor, told the outlet. “Because we all think we have the answer. And, you know, the campaign gets sick of hearing from donors and political operatives and so-called experts.”

Mike Donilon, Biden’s chief strategist, Anita Dunn, who oversees communications at the White House and Jen O’Malley Dillon, the White House deputy chief of staff, are reportedly among those who haven’t moved from Washington, D.C., to Delaware, The NYT reported. After repeatedly discussing sending Donilon to Delaware, the move has reportedly stalled because Biden wants to keep his chief strategist nearby.

The president likes having his staff nearby, and some advisors are worried their absence could affect Biden and other staff in the White House, people familiar with the conversations told The NYT.:snip:

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