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By Mae Slater on
 July 9, 2024

Trump Campaign Focused On Campaigning, Trump Isn't Going To Interfere With Democrat Meltdown Over Biden

The Trump campaign is prioritizing its own activities, focusing on the upcoming Republican National Convention and campaign events, while the Democratic Party grapples with internal pressure on President Joe Biden to step aside from his re-election campaign.

Fox News reported that a source from the Trump campaign highlighted their strategy, indicating that they are steering clear of the Democratic Party's internal conflicts. “Democrats are in disarray. Why get in the way of them shooting at each other?” the source remarked.

Instead, the Trump campaign is concentrating on its events, including the Republican National Convention in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, from July 15 to July 18, where Trump is expected to secure the nomination for the 2024 presidential race.

In addition to the convention, the Trump campaign is organizing two rallies and an announcement for the vice presidential candidate. The rallies are scheduled at Trump’s golf club in Doral, Florida, on Tuesday night and in Pennsylvania at the Butler Farm Show on Saturday.

A campaign insider emphasized, “We have the convention coming up, we have two rallies coming up, and we have the VP announcement coming up. We are focused on what we have to do and the big news coming from us.”

The campaign’s decision to focus on their activities comes amid mounting pressure within the Democratic Party for President Biden to reconsider his re-election bid. This follows a lackluster performance in the first presidential debate against Trump last month, which has led to increased scrutiny and panic among Democrats.

Biden Struggles to Maintain Support

President Biden, the oldest president in U.S. history, is striving to maintain support within his party. After his debate performance, top aides and White House officials have been working to manage the fallout.

On Monday, Biden sent a letter to Democratic members of Congress, urging unity and reaffirming his commitment to the race. “Move forward as a unified party,” Biden wrote, adding, “I am firmly committed to staying in this race” and that further questioning of his candidacy “only helps Trump and hurts us.”

Meanwhile, Trump has called for a second debate with Biden, this time proposing it be held without any moderators. This bold move underscores Trump’s confidence as he prepares for his upcoming interview with Sean Hannity on Fox News, scheduled for Monday at 9 p.m. ET.

A recent USA Today/Suffolk University poll, conducted between June 28 and 30, revealed mixed public opinion on the two candidates. The poll found that 51% of respondents approved of Trump’s job performance from 2017 to 2021, whereas 41% approved of Biden’s current performance. Additionally, more registered voters believe Trump would handle key issues such as the economy, immigration, national security, and dealing with China better than Biden.

The internal strife within the Democratic Party is becoming increasingly apparent. Biden’s debate performance has not only led to panic but also to calls from within the party for him to step aside. However, Biden remains resolute, continuing to push for party unity and attempting to consolidate support.

The Trump campaign, on the other hand, is leveraging this disarray within the opposition to strengthen its own position.

By focusing on their events and staying out of the Democratic conflicts, they aim to present a united front as they head towards the Republican National Convention.


In summary, as President Biden faces internal challenges within the Democratic Party, the Trump campaign is strategically focusing on their own activities.

With the Republican National Convention, rallies, and a vice presidential announcement on the horizon, Trump is concentrating on his campaign, leaving Democrats to manage their internal disputes.

Biden’s efforts to maintain support and unity within his party continue, amidst calls for him to reconsider his re-election bid. The political landscape remains dynamic, with both parties preparing for the crucial months ahead.

Written By:
Mae Slater

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