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Republicans Quail As Post-SOTU Joe Biden Throws Blows | Colorado Pols

Mar 26, 2024 View Original Article
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    50% Medium Conservative

  • Reliability

    85% ReliableGood

  • Policy Leaning

    50% Medium Conservative

  • Politician Portrayal

    20% Positive

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70% : After three years of taking it on the proverbial chin despite a booming economy and competent management of crises foreign and domestic, what we're seeing now is the Biden campaign's natural strengths consolidating while Donald Trump continues to be beset by legal woes and an increasingly apparent ceiling of support.
68% : At New York's Radio City Music Hall, Biden will be joined by former presidents Barack Obama and Bill Clinton, with thousands of supporters paying varying sums to attend.
45% : But he said he believed Biden had begun making a "good contrast with Trump.
37% : Aides have also amped up their rhetoric, while adding an edge to it -- referring to Trump as "Broke Don" or "Low-energy Don."
36% : Beyond the finances, they are increasingly ridiculing Trump in more direct and personal ways, taking aim at his slower campaign pace and verbal flubs...
34% : It's coming as national polls which had Trump holding a small lead for months drawing even, and Democrats breathing a sigh of relief that Biden is retaking control of the narrative since the State of the Union address.
33% : What Biden needed to do most is what he's doing now: taking Trump head-on, and giving anxious voters who nonetheless do not want to vote for Trump confidence to come home.
32% : Now, he is using a stepped-up campaign schedule to build a substantial fundraising advantage as Trump struggles with his personal and political finances.
23% : "Axelrod has been among the most vocal in his concerns about Biden's electoral prospects, even calling on the president to consider dropping out of the race after a series of polls emerged showing him trailing Donald Trump in critical battleground states.
4% : After giving the speech of his life, Biden on tour is making the case that the President Americans saw in the SOTU and overwhelmingly liked is the same guy Republicans have been trashing for the past three years:Before the State of the Union, a growing number of Democrats were voicing anxiety over Biden's age (he is 81 and Trump is 77), the ubiquitous protests over his Gaza policy and polls that showed him trailing Trump in key states.

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