2024 Heating Up

EXPECT MORE HILLARY: Clinton to Help More With Joe's Re-Election Efforts; Report

posted by Hannity Staff - 12.11.23

According to an NBC News report, former Secretary of State and Dem presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is expected to increase her efforts to help with President Joe Biden’s re-election efforts in 2024.

Clinton remains a solid fundraising draw for the party and is more popular with voter demographics Biden is struggling with.

From NBC News:

Clinton is popular with women and key parts of the Democratic base and remains a fundraising draw who can help ensure Biden has the money to get his message out. There is still a two-for-the-price-of-one theme when it comes to her family: Husband Bill Clinton made a cameo at the fundraising event at their Washington home.

Clinton’s role is only expected to grow in the new year, but for now, she is filling a space that at a later point in the campaign season former President Barack Obama will join. Obama’s habit is to plunge in closer to Election Day — a reality that rankles some Democratic strategists who say the party sorely needs him right now.

Biden and Clinton have not always been close — she elbowed him out of running in 2016 — but the president is thirsty for allies right now. His approval numbers are at an all-time low, and he is running neck and neck with a Republican front-runner, former President Donald Trump, who is under indictment in four separate cases.

Just last month, Clinton hosted a Women’s Leadership Forum and helped raise nearly $1 million for President Joe Biden’s re-election effort.

“At the end of the day, Biden needs all the help that he can get,” a Democratic strategist said, speaking on condition of anonymity to talk openly about Biden’s prospects. “What he needs is both the spirit and the actual reality of unity.”

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