Barack Obama Defends Biden Following Debate Fallout, Silicon Valley Donors in Crisis Over Campaign’s Future

In a stunning turn of events, Joe Biden finds himself under intense scrutiny following a scathing rebuke from the New York Times, urging him to withdraw from the presidential race.

This comes in the aftermath of a widely criticized debate performance that has shaken Democratic supporters and donors alike.

The New York Times, historically a supporter of Democratic candidates, had previously backed Amy Klobuchar and Elizabeth Warren over Biden in 2020.

Now, in a sharp editorial, they argue that Biden’s current bid is a “reckless gamble” endangering the nation’s future.

Despite mounting pressure, Biden remains defiant, asserting his capability to win the election and refusing to yield.

Former President Barack Obama has stepped in to defend Biden, downplaying the debate as a common occurrence in campaigns.

Behind the scenes, Democratic donors, including influential figures from Silicon Valley, are in crisis mode.

Discussions about a potential intervention to convince Biden to step aside have surfaced, with concerns over his ability to effectively challenge Trump.

Financial and Strategic Concerns

Compounding Biden’s woes are financial setbacks as Trump’s campaign gains momentum in fundraising.

The once-clear advantage Biden held has now been eclipsed, raising alarms among his supporters.

Uncertain Future and Growing Calls for Change

As calls for Biden to reconsider his candidacy grow louder, the Democratic Party faces a critical juncture.

The debate over his continued viability intensifies, highlighting deep divisions over the best path forward to defeat Trump in the upcoming election.

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