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Biden Stoops To Shocking New Low


Biden did this to Trump and now he’s capitalizing off of it and Americans are disgusted.

On Monday morning, the Biden campaign launched a new advertisement as part of a $50 million promotional effort leading up to the initial presidential debate later this month. This ad, named “Character Matters,” centers on the theme of integrity in the 2024 presidential race and brings attention to former President Trump’s legal issues.

The advertisement, “Character Matters,” focuses on the New York v. Trump case, where a jury found the former president guilty on all 34 counts of falsifying business records in the first degree. Despite Trump pleading not guilty and planning to appeal the decision, the ad emphasizes this conviction to highlight the stark contrast in character between Trump and Biden.

“This election is about choosing between a convicted criminal who is self-serving and a president committed to supporting American families,” the ad declares. It highlights Trump’s ongoing legal battles and contrasts them with President Biden’s efforts to reduce healthcare costs and ensure that large corporations contribute fairly to society.

Set to air before the first presidential debate on June 27, the ad is a part of the Biden campaign’s substantial $50 million media push in June. The campaign has planned for the advertisement to be broadcast on general market television and Connected TV across all battleground states, as well as on national cable channels.

Michael Tyler, Biden campaign’s communications director, stated, “Trump heads into the first debate as a convicted felon who has repeatedly shown he will sacrifice anyone and anything for his personal power and revenge. This behavior is why he was convicted, why he incited the violent mob on January 6, and why his entire campaign revolves around retribution. Trump is oblivious to the needs of the people a president should serve and is solely focused on his own gain.”


Tyler further emphasized the importance of character in the 2024 presidential race, asserting that the President of the United States should prioritize the welfare of American families over personal enrichment. He highlighted Biden’s dedication to creating safer communities, supporting the middle class, and ensuring corporate accountability. This, Tyler said, starkly contrasts with Trump’s self-centered campaign.

In response, the Trump campaign criticized the new ad, claiming it is a continuation of an unjust trial intended to interfere with the election. Trump campaign national press secretary Karoline Leavitt pointed out, “Despite Biden’s faltering campaign spending nearly $70 million on media buys, President Trump continues to lead in the polls, particularly in key battleground states and among independent voters.” Leavitt also accused Biden of significant shortcomings, citing his declining support among Black voters in Pennsylvania.

The Biden campaign also announced that its June media campaign aims to engage and mobilize voters in battleground states through a comprehensive approach. Additionally, they are making significant investments to reach Black, Latino, Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander communities, which they describe as their largest efforts to date.

This aggressive ad campaign follows a record-breaking $30 million fundraising event in Los Angeles, hosted by Jimmy Kimmel and attended by prominent figures such as former President Obama, George Clooney, and Julia Roberts. This event, coupled with a previous fundraiser in New York City that raised over $25 million, marks a significant boost for Biden’s campaign.

The first presidential debate, hosted by CNN, is scheduled for June 27 in Atlanta.