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Distrust among the Democrats with a split between the Biden, Obama and Clinton families 

The rift among Democrats over the US presidential election has been exacerbated by the growing rift between the Biden, Obama and Clinton families.

Financial Times, referring to Democratic supporters about the situation of US President Joe Biden, wrote: “There is a growing rift among the prominent families of the Democrats – Biden, Obama and Clinton, which strengthens distrust in the party.” 

According to the report of the Financial Times, Biden has a negative attitude towards the Ivy League (Ivy League is a group of the most famous group of private universities in the United States). The misunderstanding with Obama began after he endorsed Clinton for the presidency. In response to Biden’s weak debate with his Republican rival, Obama implicitly supported the candidacy of Hillary Clinton, who lost to Donald Trump in 2016.

The authors of this publication believe that the tension within the party leads to an increase in mistrust, but the main reason for this degraded spirit was Biden’s failed debate.

Earlier, Joe Biden’s former adviser said that age is not the main problem of the current head of the White House, because his inability to run the United States is evident. He noted that the president’s cognitive abilities are discussed not only in the media, but also in the Democratic Party.

Translator: Azam Purkand


© Webangah News Hub has translated this news from the source of Young Journalists Club
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