$10 Million in 24 Hours?

(DCWatchdog.com) – Corroborating that the Biden administration is utterly playing with Americans’ money, Joe Biden’s reelection campaign raised a nonsensical record of $10 million within the 24 hours following his State of the Union address.

The address presented a rare chance for Biden to connect with Americans, a critical move considering his less-than-stellar 39.2 % approval rating leading up to the November election.

Biden’s team opted to keep him out of the public eye because of his gaffes. However, recent concerns have surged about Biden’s age, especially after special counsel Robert Hur’s report that portrayed the 81-year-old Democrat as a “well-meaning, elderly man with a poor memory.”

The report even suggested that Biden struggled to recall the time of his son Beau’s death, even within a span of several years.

To counter this perception, Biden aggressively addressed Republicans during his campaign-style speech and aimed to reshape the narrative surrounding his capabilities.

Afterward, the campaign reported receiving 116,000 donations from 113,000 contributors which marked a substantial financial boost.

Campaign manager Julie Chavez Rodriguez celebrated the accomplishment, stating, “Ten million dollars in 24 hours. To quote the boss, that’s a BFD,” referencing to then-vice president Biden’s comments celebrating the passage of Obamacare in 2010.

Expressing her gratitude to supporters, Chavez Rodriguez emphasized their motivation to reelect Biden and Vice President Harris. She linked the State of the Union address to a reminder for supporters about who fights for their interests and underscored the election’s significance for freedoms, rights, and democracy.

Chavez Rodriguez mocked former President Donald Trump and said, “We send our condolences to the other guy and his flailing, poor campaign.” She criticized Trump’s messages and stated that attacking women’s rights, favoring the wealthy with tax cuts and undermining American democracy are not winning strategies.

Even before this fundraising, Biden’s campaign had a financial edge over Trump. By the end of January, Biden’s campaign held $56 million with the Democratic National Committee having an additional $24 million.

In contrast, Trump’s campaign had $30 million, and the Republican National Committee had $9 million. Trump’s legal expenses continued to mount with his PAC spending almost $3 million in January alone, in addition to the $50 million expended last year on legal challenges.

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