Former Vice President, Joe Biden has stated on Monday that his campaign has raised almost $33 million since the beginning of February.
Some of Biden’s latest supporters have criticized his operations and have strongly suggested some retooling of his campaign. Terry McAuliffe, who is a former Gov jarringly, stated that Joe Biden had “virtually no field operation” on an election-night television panel.
On the other hand, following this successful haul, two of Biden’s Amy Klobuchar and Pete Buttigieg have shown declared their approval of him. Former rival Beto O’Rourke has also shown support.
In response to the remarks made on the election-night television panel, Joe Biden stated on an interview with CNN that his organization was already working on becoming better and more equipped for running the national campaign. He also states that the majority of the troubles that he was facing now was due to the delay in initiating activities. The abundant resources that the other campaigns had were not available to his one. More people have been added to his campaign and are working together to get the organization in better shape.
The withdrawal of Buttigieg and Klobuchar has given him a major advantage in the upcoming Super Tuesday States. But he does have strong competition as his opponent Mike Bloomberg former mayor of New York City ballots for the first time.
Biden had stated that Bloomberg was not a democrat and knew nothing about foreign policies which showed that he was not too troubled with his opponent’s success. He also states that he has nothing against him and does not want to criticize him but he just does not think that Bloomberg is the perfect fit for this place.
Biden also stated that he is confident about Texas and predicts that he “will do very well” in North Carolina and Virginia. He also thinks that he will do better in some stated than the others.
A total of only $1.5 million was spent by Biden across the southern states and California. The new cash that was introduced will help him in states such as Georgia and Florida.
In conclusion, Biden seems to be quite confident about his performance and is positive about whatever outcomes he will get. He states’ “I think we’ll do very well in both those places, and I think we’ll do very well in Michigan and Pennsylvania. So I think, look, as I said from the beginning — and I know people are tired of me saying it for the last six months — this is a marathon, and I think we have some genuine momentum, and I think the American people know me and know me pretty well, and so I think the combination of the two is gonna put me in good stead.”