Democrat Donors No Longer Believe Biden’s Campaign Can Continue

The Democratic Party’s top donors no longer believe that President Joe Biden’s campaign has a future, according to reports.

Several major Democrat donors have reportedly lost faith in Biden after disastrous debate performance last week.

In an effort to stem the bleeding, the president held a campaign call with top fundraising chairs and donors on Monday evening.

During the call, Biden’s staff addressed the historic debate that sparked widespread anxiety about his mental capacity.

One participant in the call reportedly told ABC:

“It was good, honest assessment – no surprising questions nor surprising answers but it was good for them to do.”

On condition of anonymity, another donor told ABC:

“They can bring him to do 20 more speeches.

“He can’t recover from this.”

Others were slightly more optimistic, however.

“Every time Joe Biden is counted out, he proves his doubters wrong,” longtime Biden donor Andrew Weinstein told CNN about the Monday night call.

“I have faith he’ll do it this time too.”

Another donor reportedly told CNN that it was “troubling” to see Biden use a teleprompter while addressing a Hamptons fundraiser audience.

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One Democrat, identified by The Washington Post as a top fundraiser, added:

“Unless he shakes up the campaign and shows leadership, it’s going to be a really, really tough time with money.”

As Slay News reported, a Democrat congressman became the first elected official in the party to go public and explicitly call for Biden to end his reelection campaign.

“I represent the heart of a congressional district once represented by Lyndon Johnson,” Democrat Rep. Lloyd Doggett (D-TX) said on Tuesday.

“Under very different circumstances, he made the painful decision to withdraw.

“President Biden should do the same,” Doggett said.

“I represent the heart of a congressional district once represented by Lyndon Johnson.

“Under very different circumstances, he made the painful decision to withdraw.

“President Biden should do the same.”

Some have tried to downplay Biden’s performance by comparing it to the disastrous debates of Sen. John Fetterman (D-PA) during his successful Senate campaign.

Fetterman famously struggled during his campaign after suffering a stroke.

During the debates, Fetterman gave confused responses and couldn’t string together coherent sentences.

However, Fetterman had suffered a stroke which he recovered from.

Biden, on the other hand, will not recover.

Plans are in the works for Biden to meet on Wednesday with the nation’s Democrat governors in the wake of his rough performance during last Thursday’s first debate with President Donald Trump.

Multiple Democrat sources confirmed that the meeting, which is likely to be virtual, was in the process of being scheduled.

READ MORE – CNN Data Analyst Admits Polling Dooms Biden: ‘I Don’t Know How He Wins’

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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