Jill Biden’s former spox makes revealing admission about Biden campaign ahead of presidential debate

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Jill Biden’s former spox makes revealing admission about Biden campaign ahead of presidential debate

A former press secretary to first lady Jill Biden acknowledged shortly before the CNN Presidential Debate that he believes Democrats are not content with the state of the Biden campaign so far. 

“I don’t think anybody is satisfied right now,” Michael LaRosa told Fox News host Jesse Watters in the run-up to the Thursday night debate when asked if he was “satisfied” with the state of the Biden campaign today.

“Look, after the first debate four years ago, we knew, we saw the data move, we saw it change we knew we won the debate we knew we were probably going to win but the mood of the country is very different now and there’s a lot riding on tonight. There’s a lot of pressure on the president. He does have to pull away at some point.”

LaRosa added, “I don’t think anybody is comfortable. It’s a coin flip.”

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 Michael LaRosa served as the press secretary for first lady Jill Biden (Paul Morigi/Ting Shen)

Earlier this week, LaRosa vocally expressed his frustration with Team Biden’s ongoing strategy. 

“Everything looks and feels so choreographed, scripted and controlled that it doesn’t afford him the opportunities to show off his strengths — humor, empathy and compassion,” LaRosa told the New York Times. 

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President Joe Biden speaks during the United Auto Workers union conference at the Marriott Marquis in Washington, DC, on January 24, 2024. (SAUL LOEB/AFP via Getty Images)

“Relatability is his superpower, but you can only relate to someone when their humanity is exposed. That means flaws, mistakes and everything else that comes with imperfection,” he added.

“Those who have known him over the years said he remains at heart the same person… But many, including some on his own team, assume the limits on his public interactions are meant to protect him from age-related mistakes,” the Times wrote Wednesday. 

“There has been simmering discontent within his administration among those who think the president’s inner circle goes too far in shielding him from public exposure.”

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Former President Donald Trump holds a rally in the historically Democratic South Bronx on May 23, 2024 in New York City. (Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

Fox News Digital reached out to the Biden campaign for comment but did not immediately receive a response.

Biden is set to debate former President Trump in a CNN presidential debate on Thursday night that will simulcast on Fox News. 

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