Biden’s 2024 Plan To Beat Trump

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( – In an upcoming broadcast during the Chicago Bears-Carolina Panthers Thursday night football game, President Joe Biden’s campaign is set to launch a new advertisement. This strategic move comes just after Biden’s visit to Illinois, where he emphasized his backing for unions and autoworkers. A campaign official revealed that the ad, titled “Delivers,” will be 30 seconds long and will air both in the game’s local markets and on cable news channels.

The advertisement aims to starkly contrast former President Donald Trump’s approach, dubbed “MAGAnomics,” with Biden’s economic strategies. It opens with footage of Trump playing golf, accompanied by a narrative highlighting his preferential tax breaks for wealthy allies, while the U.S. suffered job losses in manufacturing and auto plants closed down. In contrast, the ad showcases Biden’s support for the manufacturing sector, citing his historic visit to Detroit’s autoworkers on the picket line—a first for a sitting president.

The ad also highlights the recent conclusion of a six-week strike, with the United Auto Workers reaching a tentative deal with major auto manufacturers. Julie Chavez Rodriguez, Biden’s campaign manager, emphasized Biden’s role in reviving manufacturing jobs and his status as a staunchly pro-union president.

Focusing on the economy as a key theme for re-election, the Biden campaign acknowledges challenges in convincing voters of the effectiveness of his economic policies. The ad coincides with Biden’s visit to a Stellantis assembly plant near Chicago. This facility, previously idle, is reopening to focus on electric vehicle production and battery jobs, a move credited to the UAW-Stellantis agreement.

Rodriguez criticized Trump’s purported support for unions and autoworkers, contrasting his perspective with Biden’s, who is seen as more aligned with the working class and supportive of their needs. This ad campaign is part of Biden’s broader strategy to highlight economic achievements and rally support among working-class voters.

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