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Biden Campaign Staffer Who Scheduled Debacle Event Facing Hard Questions

Tuesday may have been the most embarrassing for Biden supporters. As closing arguments occurred in the Trump Hush Money Trial, where the Democratic judge did not let experts testify to show that the DA made up the supposed crimes, the Biden campaign held a disastrous press conference.  

New Conservative Post wrote, “You could tell it was going to be a fiasco simply by the press release. On Tuesday morning, a reporter for Semafor broke the news that the Biden campaign had announced it would hold a press conference “with a special guest” outside of the Manhattan Criminal Courthouse on “Tuesday, May 27, 2024.”

Unfortunately, today is the 28th, and it all went downhill from there.

Featuring 80-year-old Robert De Niro, the president’s reelection held a press conference that saw car alarms, mockery, and such hyperbole that many who watched came away wondering who the Biden camp would be firing.”

The person with his job on the line joined CNN to discuss the meltdown and defend his tactics.

CNN host Kate Bolduan questioned President Joe Biden’s 2024 campaign communications director Michael Taylor about whether an event outside of former President Donald Trump’s trial was a mistake.

Trump supporters swarmed and shouted down Hollywood actor Robert De Niro as he departed a Biden campaign press conference outside of the courthouse Tuesday that also featured former Capitol Police officers Harry Dunn and Michael Fanone discussing the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol Riot. Bolduan asked Tyler on “CNN News Central” whether the campaign event gives credence to Trump’s argument that the trial is political and if it was negative for Biden’s reelection effort.

“The Trump campaign suggests that they think it’s blown up in your face … in the move you guys made yesterday, saying that it proves the case that they’ve been trying to make the whole time that politics is motivating the case. Jason Miller said after months of saying politics had nothing to do with this trial, they showed up and made a campaign event out of a lower Manhattan trial for President Trump. Did this backfire on you?” Bolduan asked.

“No, not at all. We’re not talking about the trial. We’re talking about the threat that Donald Trump poses to our democracy,” Tyler responded. “His embrace of political violence, that he does every single day, whether he’s outside the courthouse there in Manhattan or he’s down at Mar-a-Lago or he’s shouting into an echo chamber on Truth Social. That’s what we were talking about with Robert De Niro and officers Fanone and Dunn, who defended our democracy at the Capitol on January 6. So we’re of course going to take advantage of the media circus there. We’re going to use every tool at our disposal to communicate directly with the voters and break through this fragmented media environment and make sure that people understand the stakes. So we’re going to continue to do that every single day through the debate.”

Following the event, Politico reported that Democrats have begun to “freak out” about the Biden campaign’s incompetence.

“A pervasive sense of fear has settled in at the highest levels of the Democratic Party over President Joe Biden’s reelection prospects, even among officeholders and strategists who had previously expressed confidence about the coming battle with Donald Trump.

All year, Democrats had been on a joyless and exhausting grind through the 2024 election. But now, nearly five months from the election, anxiety has morphed into palpable trepidation, according to more than a dozen party leaders and operatives. And the gap between what Democrats will say on TV or in print, and what they’ll text their friends, has only grown as worries have surged about Biden’s prospects.

‘You don’t want to be that guy who is on the record saying we’re doomed, or the campaign’s bad or Biden’s making mistakes. Nobody wants to be that guy,’ said a Democratic operative in close touch with the White House and granted anonymity to speak freely.

The concern has metastasized in recent days as Trump jaunted to some of the country’s most liberal territories, including New Jersey and New York, to woo Hispanic and Black voters as he boasted, improbably, that he would win in those areas.”

The president himself seems to be in denial, especially about the Democrats have expressed major concerns.

A recent poll from Virginia revealed that Biden’s weakness has begun to influence states that lean Democratic.

Biden and former Trump are tied at 42 percent in a head-to-head matchup in Old Dominion, while Biden holds a slim, two-point lead when other candidates are included, according to the Roanoke College Poll.

This article originally appeared on New Conservative Post. Used with Permission.

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