President Joe Biden’s re-election campaign will send Democratic California Governor Gavin Newsom to Simi Valley, California, to lead preparations for the second Republican presidential primary debate, The Hill reported on Friday.
Newsom, along with Biden-Harris campaign manager Julie Chavez Rodriguez and Democratic National Committee Chairman Jamie Harrison, will work to offset Republican rhetoric and highlight statements the Biden campaign deems extreme. He is scheduled to visit the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library. according to To The Hill. (Related: ‘Microcult’: Gavin Newsom is horrified that his son is listening to Joe Rogan and Jordan Peterson)
“The campaign response builds on a strong and effective plan from the first debate with a clear north star: pushing back against Republican lies and highlighting Republican extremism at every turn. “Our response will ensure that all Republicans and their extreme positions are held accountable,” Biden campaign advisers said.
— The Hill (@thehill) September 22, 2023
The debate, hosted by Fox Business Network, is expected to focus on the Republican Party’s economic strategy. Although former President Donald Trump is not expected to participate, The Hill noted that the Biden campaign is preparing to counter the so-called MAGA agenda.
“The Biden campaign and allies will point to the stark contrast between Bidennomics and the extreme Magnomics policies heard on the debate stage,” the advisers said, according to The Hill.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, businessman Vivek Ramaswamy, former United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley, former Vice President Mike Pence, former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, and South Carolina Senator Tim Scott. and conservative radio personality Larry Elder both exceed the RNC’s donor requirements. In the second debate, each side confirmed to the Daily Caller News Foundation.