Biden’s Awkward Excuse For Giving Shorter Speeches

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( – On Saturday, Biden campaign deputy principal campaign manager Quentin Fulks touted the new efforts to have all of President Biden’s remarks and speeches remain short. 

As we are moving closer to the November election day, the Biden campaign has switched to keeping all of the President’s speeches short and sweet. Fulks praised these efforts arguing in an interview with MSNBC that it was not about quantity but rather quality. 

Host Michael Steele asked Fults about the strategy, as Biden aides seem to believe that smaller campaign appearances are more effective than larger campaign events and rallies. Steele commented about this change in policy, arguing that he believed it was a smart idea and stating that he appreciated this move as it would ensure that the President would also clearly address specific points without getting sidetracked. 

Fulks commented in response that the Biden administration believed that these smaller events were going to be more effective as they will directly address the points concerning voters, and will draw voters in. 

As he argued they needed to remove the clutter and actually talk about the main issues of concern. As he pointed out, former President Donald Trump, who is responsible for the Dobbs decision, which had overturned the landmark abortion case Roe v. Wade, was now stating that he would be a dictator on his first day back in office. He added that these were the important messages that they needed to ensure that voters were clearly following. 

NBC News had previously argued that the new policy for smaller appearances was just an attempt to minimize the chance of Biden making any mistakes. 

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