Democrat Donors Very Worried About Biden

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( – A recent report highlights growing concerns among some observers regarding President Joe Biden’s frequent reliance on notecards during private fundraisers and conversations with selected donors, sparking discussions about his capability to endure the rigors of a demanding presidential campaign and potential debates against Donald Trump, who is four years his junior.

According to Axios, insiders close to the 81-year-old president explain that Biden uses notecards for complex and detailed inquiries, while he continues to engage in impromptu question-and-answer sessions. The practice of using aides such as teleprompters or notes during public appearances is not new and has been utilized by several past presidents, including Trump. However, the observation that Biden also depends on notecards in private settings with donors has led to some speculation about his stamina for the upcoming electoral challenges.

The Biden campaign has responded to these concerns by focusing on issues they believe are more pertinent to American voters, such as the implications of a court ruling in Alabama that led to the closure of three IVF clinics, a decision they attribute to policies supported by Donald Trump.

Axios suggests that the strategic use of notecards is intended to ensure the effectiveness of Biden’s fundraising efforts, which have notably contributed to a substantial financial lead for his campaign and the Democratic National Committee as the November election approaches.

Having spent decades in public service, including 36 years in the Senate and eight as Vice President, Biden is accustomed to thorough preparation for his engagements. Despite the chatter about notecards, some donors attest to Biden’s ability to speak spontaneously and compellingly on various topics, citing personal experiences at fundraising events.

The conversation around Biden’s use of notecards has been further fueled by comments from Robert Hur, the special counsel in an investigation involving Biden, who referred to him as a “well-meaning, elderly man with a poor memory.” Additionally, a recent poll from Quinnipiac University reveals that a significant portion of voters harbor concerns about Biden’s age in the context of presidential duties, with a similar, albeit smaller, percentage expressing the same concerns about Trump.

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