Two former US presidents campaigned for funding to confront Trump

Avatar of Nick John By Nick John Mar28,2024 #presidents #Trump
Two former US presidents campaigned for funding to confront Trump 4
Two former US presidents campaigned for funding to confront Trump 4

President Joe Biden’s re-election campaign executive board invited former presidents Barack Obama and Bill Clinton to attend a fundraising event at Radio City Music Hall, New York, taking place on January 28.

`We understand the importance of the meeting between the three presidents. This is an important event, a meeting place between American presidents who believe in what we are trying to do,` press secretary

The program is expected to include a discussion between Mr. Biden and his two predecessors, moderated by famous host Stephen Colbert from CBS.

Some viewers will have the opportunity to take photos with all three US presidents on the condition that they donate $100,000 to Mr. Biden’s campaign, according to NBC.

(From left to right) Mr. Barack Obama, Mr. Joe Biden and Mr. Bill Clinton appeared together at an event in Charleston, South Carolina, in 2010. Photo: AP

`Democratic voters are united and enthusiastic in supporting President Biden’s re-election campaign. That spirit will be fully demonstrated in the event in New York,` campaign spokesman Kevin Munoz said.

Mr. Trump’s campaign on March 27 sent an email to supporters, criticizing President Biden’s event.

Survey results published by Fox News, a media company that supports Mr. Trump and the Republican Party, show that former President Donald Trump won 50% of the support rate and President Joe Biden won 45% in the mock race.

Meanwhile, Kevin Munoz sarcastically said that the Republican candidate `has no chance of winning when entering the general election`.

The two candidates’ campaign finance reports in March showed that Mr. Biden was superior in cash, with $155 million left in operating funds.

According to OpenSecrets, an organization that researches candidate sponsorship and its influence on American politics, President Joe Biden has so far raised $188.8 million through his campaign committee and support groups.

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