According to a report, President Joe Biden has hired several additional top advisers for his 2024 campaign to strengthen his communications and policies. The hirings also show how closely the Biden team cooperates with the DNC.
The personnel changes, which were disclosed by the Biden campaign and the Democratic National Committee (DNC), are the most recent indication that preparations are being made to run again. This month, Biden’s campaign inaugurated its HQ in Wilmington, Delaware, and began a $25 million advertising blitz.
The report indicates that Biden’s reelection campaign will hire Ammar Moussa, the DNC’s national press secretary and director of quick response, to serve in the same capacity. Maria Carolina Casado is the head of Hispanic media for the DNC and will be doing similar work for Biden’s campaign.
Former National Economic Council director of economic policy and labor Grace Landrieu will now serve as the Biden campaign’s policy director. Former White House special assistant Carla Frank will lead the campaign’s surrogate operations.
According to his advisors, Biden has run a deliberately minimalist campaign thus far in the 2024 presidential race. He credits the strong DNC for helping him do this.
Many news outlets report that the 2024 election is less than a year away, and many Democrats are becoming more concerned about President Joe Biden’s plummeting popularity.
Reports show that some senators publicly expressed their worries while others chose to stay nameless. Senator Jon Tester (D-Montana) was one of the few who spoke out publicly. He expressed worry about poll figures. Tester said there was time to pull them back up but wasn’t sure if he could.
Concern about Biden’s advancing age and frequent demonstrations of senile behavior have been conveyed by constituents in contact with representatives over the August vacation, according to another Democrat who asked to remain anonymous.