Jill Biden Gives Up Game: ‘It’s Shocking’ the Indictment Has Not Caused Republican Voters to Dump Trump

First Lady Jill Biden gave up the game when speaking to Democrat donors at a fundraiser in New York City on Monday night.

During her speech, “Doctor” Jill complained that the indictment of President Donald Trump by Joe Biden’s weaponized Justice Department has not caused Republican voters to dump the 45th POTUS.

Jill Biden urged donors to “think about where we were three years ago.

“We know what’s in store with the MAGA Republicans.

“We just know it, right?

“We know because we’ve lived it. We’ve seen it.

“We know what it’s like to see U.S. policy tweeted out in late-night tweet-storms.”

She said she was surprised to see a news article before landing in New York City that said a majority of Republicans are still planning to vote for Trump, despite the Democrats’ latest indictment hoax.

“They don’t care about the indictment,” she complained.

“So that’s a little shocking, I think.”

“As she has been for all her husband’s presidential campaigns, she will continue to be a formidable presence on the stump,” Elizabeth Alexander, a senior campaign adviser, said of Jill Biden.

“Her warmth and approachability combined with her 30-plus years as a classroom teacher, make her an effective messenger on the campaign trail.”

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“Some people go to presidential fundraisers because, quote, unquote, it’s necessary,” said Bob Mulholland, a longtime Democrat campaign strategist.

“People go to Jill Biden’s fundraisers because they want to hear from her.”

According to Axios:

Republican voters remain overwhelmingly loyal to former President Trump after he was charged with several federal crimes related to his possession of classified documents after his presidency, recent polls show.

Why it matters: Despite the charges, Trump is still the favorite for the 2024 GOP presidential nomination, according to recent polling.

Even some of his fellow candidates have lent support to Trump and questioned the motivation behind the indictment.

By the numbers: An ABC News/Ipsos survey published on Sunday found that 80% of polled Republicans said they believe the charges against Trump are politically motivated, while only 9% of GOP voters said they didn’t see politics in the charges.

Separately, in a CBS News/YouGov poll published on Sunday, 61% of polled Republican voters said the indictment did not change the way they viewed Trump, while 80% of Republicans said he should still be able to assume office if he’s convicted and wins the 2024 presidential election.

The CBS News/YouGov poll also found 76% of Republican voters believe the charges were motivated by politics.

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By David Hawkins

David Hawkins is a writer who specializes in political commentary and world affairs. He's been writing professionally since 2014.

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