According to @thehill, former members of the #GeorgeWBush administration have formed a super political action committee(PAC) to support former Vice President Joe Biden. The reason is because “they are alarmed” by #Donnie’s behavior in office.
Dubbed “43 Alumni for Joe,” the super PAC launched Wednesday. The super PAC believes the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee can “restore dignity” to the White House.
“We’re looking for the largest conglomerate of folks who want to help, whether it’s writing a check, making phone calls, helping to get out the vote, basic campaign 101. We just feel the time now is to restore dignity to the White House, and the current gentleman is not, so that’s why we’re supporting Joe Biden,” said Jennifer Millikin, a committee member of the group who served in the General Services Administration under Bush and the Small Business Administration under Trump.
While many Republicans will admit they don’t necessarily agree with Biden’s policies, the super PAC believes he would make a great president.
“He’s a good man,” she said. “We as a group have policy differences with him. We’re just looking to have someone in the office who will stand up and act like a leader. We can debate the differences in the way we think about policies, we can have a robust debate, that’s what America’s for. But that’s not happening now, and we feel it will definitely happen with Joe Biden in office.”
The efforts of the newly formed super PAC will debut in the coming weeks. The primary focus will be on the key swing states—Michigan, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Florida and Ohio.
The Trump Administration stated the group was “trying to take down” Donnie.
“This is the swamp — yet again — trying to take down the duly elected President of the United States,” Erin Perrine, a Trump campaign spokeswoman, told Reuters, which was the first to report on the group’s formation.
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