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Biden campaign goes after Trump on health care in $14 million ad boost

President Joe Biden's re-election campaign announced $14 million in new spending across battleground states, targeting minority groups with ads highlighting former President Donald Trump's efforts to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA). The move follows a $30 million ad campaign initiated after Biden's State of the Union address. Biden's campaign is leveraging its fundraising advantage and focusing on issues like health care and abortion rights. Meanwhile, Trump faces a criminal trial in New York City. Biden's campaign is emphasizing ACA's popularity and successes, contrasting it with Trump's attempts to dismantle it. Trump's campaign asserts they have staff and volunteer-powered programs in battleground states. Despite Biden's advantages, polls show a close race between the two candidates. Click here for article.

  • Biden's Spending Strategy:

  • $14 million spent in battleground states, targeting minority groups.

  • Emphasis on health care, highlighting ACA's successes and Trump's attempts to repeal it.

  • Trump's Defense and Campaign:

  • Trump faces a criminal trial in New York City.

  • Campaign asserts staffing and volunteer-powered programs in battleground states.

  • Key Campaign Issues:

  • Biden focuses on health care and abortion rights.

  • Trump emphasizes improving ACA without providing specifics.

  • Campaign Activities:

  • Biden actively campaigns in battleground states like Wisconsin, Georgia, and Michigan.

  • Trump campaign disputes claims of lack of staffing in battleground states.

  • Polling and Election Outlook:

  • Despite Biden's advantages in staffing, ad spending, and fundraising, polls show a close race with Trump holding a narrow lead among registered voters according to NBC News' April poll.



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