Biden’s Desperate Move To Win Over Young Voters

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( – President Joe Biden, 81, just posted a 30-second video from the 2024 reelection campaign in which he is asked a number of questions about the Super Bowl. 

The video is an attempt from the Biden-Harris HQ to unite young voters and get them to support the president in his reelection campaign. This latest move comes after the recent criticism of President Biden’s age following the release of Special Counsel Robert Hur’s report where he was labeled an “elderly man with poor memory.” 

However, the decision to post the video was criticized heavily because there are national security concerns regarding the usage of the app, which is owned by ByteDance, a Beijing-based parent company. Biden has previously signed a bill that barred the usage of the app on any government device. 

Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va.) said regarding the campaign’s decision that he was concerned about the possible mixed message that the video was sent.
Republican lawmakers were quick to blast Biden for the usage with Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) writing on X, formerly known as Twitter, that the Biden campaign was openly bragging over their usage of a Chinese spy app, despite the fact that the President had previously signed a bill that banned the usage of TikTok on all federal devices. 

Voters of Tomorrow press secretary Jack Lobel has argued that TikTok was just a tool used by the campaign in order to engage with young voters. He added that this was the key to reaching Gen-Z and that the platform was where many people got their news from. 

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