“We are presently working in the dark,” Virgie Rollins, the chair of the DNC Black Caucus, wrote in a memo obtained by The Daily Beast.
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“He’s had this fixation about New Hampshire. He can’t accept that maybe he just plain lost,” said Fergus Cullen, a former chairman of the New Hampshire Republican Party.
“Donald Trump loves to talk ... and talk … and talk,” Biden said. “But after three and a half years of big promises, what do the American people have to show for all the talk?”
“Leadership means being able to adapt to any situation,” DNC Chairman Tom Perez said in a statement announcing plans to scale back the event.
Several top Democrats, including senior Biden campaign advisors, detailed their strategy use SCOTUS decision to mend the rift between Biden and the Latino community.
Jennifer McClellan hopes to make history as the first Black female governor in the country.