Biden’s Secret Plan To Win Over Republican Voters

Gage Skidmore from Peoria, AZ, United States of America, CC BY-SA 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons

( – On Wednesday, a new memo from the Biden 2024 reelection campaign emerged in which it was argued that former President Donald Trump was driving away the voters that supported former Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley. The memo came after a plea from Biden claiming that there was a place in his campaign for Haley’s supporters. 

The Hill was the first to gain access to the memo from Michael Tyler, the communications director of President Biden. In it, he pointed out that Trump was not trying to win over Haley’s voters but instead, he was just pushing them away. This assessment was made only hours after Haley had withdrawn from the presidential race. 

It further argues that Trump is dealing with a divided GOP and that it will not be possible for him to unite the party by November. On Wednesday Trump slammed Haley after she had dropped out of the Republican presidential race. However, in his comment, he had also pushed for her supporters to provide support for his campaign. 

Earlier that day he had claimed that while his and Haley’s campaign had some policy disagreements in the core they agreed on “fundamental issues” such as ensuring that democracy is preserved. 

Tyler in the memo had stated that presidential candidates who win the election are looking for ways to expand their base and attract more moderate and independent voters. However, this was not the case with Trump who had spent Wednesday morning mocking Haley and her supporters. 

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