Hillary Clinton brought in to help with floundering Biden's floundering campaign

 December 11, 2023

In the 2016 presidential election, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton suffered an expected defeat at the hands of Donald Trump.

Yet in what appears to be a sign of growing panic, the White House has brought Clinton in to help with President Joe Biden's reelection campaign. 

"The president is thirsty for allies right now"

According to NBC News, Clinton "remains a fundraising draw who can help ensure Biden has the money to get his message out" and her "role is only expected to grow in the new year."

The network noted how "the president is thirsty for allies right now" given how "his approval numbers are at an all-time low, and he is running neck and neck with a Republican front-runner, former President Donald Trump."

"At the end of the day, Biden needs all the help that he can get," NBC News quoted an unnamed Democratic strategist as saying. "What he needs is both the spirit and the actual reality of unity."

Fox News host doubts that Clinton's efforts will be enough to save Biden

Fox News host Charlie Hurt expressed skepticism over how effective Mrs. Clinton will be despite hosting a $1 million fundraising event at her Georgetown home.

"I think Joe Biden's going to need more than a[n] 'I'm with her T-shirt' with all of his political problems," Hurt said on an episode of "The Big Weekend Show."

"But, you know you are in deep, deep trouble if you are picking up the bat phone and calling Hillary Clinton to come help you out," he argued.

"And I think it was sort of interesting that their thinking is that he needs help among women voters," the conservative media personality pointed out.

"If you need help among women voters, and you're a Democrat, and you're running against Donald Trump, you should just quit because it's over," Hurt insisted.

Poll shows Biden trailing Trump by four points

Meanwhile, a Wall Street Journal poll conducted between November 29 and December 4 found that Biden is trailing Trump by four points.

The poll also found that voters are more likely to trust Trump over Biden on such issues as the economy, crime, and the border.

"They [voters] are feeling economically stressed and challenged right now. And they are not showing enthusiasm in the way they were turning out in 2020, 2022," Fox News quoted pollster Michael Bocian as saying.

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