There have been talks of federal indictments, classified documents, and everything related to the president’s predecessor. Bridge repairs, “junk fees” and prescription drug prices included.
As President Biden ramps up his re-election campaign, his team spotlights not the various investigations into former President Donald J. Trump, but the ways the Biden administration can help Americans every day, no matter how mundane. Emphasis is placed on lighting.
So did Mr. Biden when he visited Philadelphia. Serious crash last weekend He reviewed the recycled glass products, which caused part of the highway used by local commuters to collapse and was necessary to ensure that the highway was repaired quickly. Biden then held a more public campaign rally to celebrate the support of a dozen unions.
“I am proud to be the most pro-union president in the history of the United States,” Biden told a crowd inside the Philadelphia convention center. “But what I’m really proud of is the re-election of the most pro-union president in American history.”
In many ways, the Pennsylvania visit caps off a week that will serve as a blueprint for how the White House can move forward as the country focuses on the former president’s various criminal investigations. As Republican candidates battle over the Trump case, Mr. Biden wants to showcase his own leadership. Biden would rather discuss infrastructure and infrastructure while opponents either attack Trump or promise a pardon. Cracking down on undisclosed fees.
“He doesn’t need to focus on news stories or steal big stories,” said Matt Bennett, executive vice president of public affairs for the centrist Democratic group The Third Way. “He has done everything he can to help voters by emphasizing what voters love about him and showing that what he has done this week is making progress on what voters feel in their daily lives. Doubt must be dispelled.”
That’s easier said than done. Polls show that many Americans are unhappy with Mr. Biden and his domestic policies. Only 33% of U.S. adults said they approve of Mr. Biden’s handling of the economy, and just 24% said the country’s economy is doing well, according to the report. Poll conducted in May Associated Press-NORC Public Relations and Research Center. Overall, 40% said they would approve of Mr. Biden’s job.
White House officials involved in the Biden campaign not only host traditional rallies that have rarely been held in the Biden campaign, but also raise $1 trillion in funding for the president. He is betting he can turn the tide by holding an event showcasing the legislative achievements of the United States. A bipartisan infrastructure package and his separate health, climate and tax laws. White House officials have said they are also ramping up hiring of Biden campaign staff and are aiming to open a campaign headquarters in Delaware this summer.
But it may take time for Americans to feel the effects of these policies, making Mr. Biden’s ability to sell his track record all the more important.
Pennsylvania Democratic Rep. Brendan F. Boyle said, “The combination of events like this will complement most of his work. It will be a more presidential and official side.” ‘ said. Gathering. “It is important to tell our story to our home country, especially to our biggest battleground states.”
Prior to the Pennsylvania event, Biden had met with the NATO Secretary General to continue rallying Western powers against Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, and some in the White House said this was Biden’s main achievement. Looking. Later, after celebrating Juneteen’s holiday at a White House reception, he hosted a roundtable detailing efforts to crack down on surcharges commonly charged by travel and entertainment companies. His advisers also planned meetings with environmental activists, business and trade union leaders to underscore his support for two historically rival factions.
and he did his best ignore trump. The White House wants to remain silent about multiple incidents involving the former president to avoid charges. interfere in the affairs of the Justice Department. But officials inside the White House also believe the best approach is to focus on the people’s everyday problems. Republican Opposition Answering Questions About Trump’s precarious legal situation.
Quentin James, co-founder of Collective PAC, an organization that specializes in selecting black civil servants, said the plan’s success would help Biden turn the sprawling bill into an effectively digestible solution. “It depends a lot on whether you can do it,” he said.
“The challenge is not to break through the noise of President Trump. It’s whether words like investments and federal money actually resonate with the pockets and wallets of working families,” James said. “Do these investments mean something tangible to people’s take home before the election?”