Cohen says Trump is probably ‘Biden’s best hope for re-election’

Michael CohenMichael Dean Cohen, Author of Controversial Trump File Russia Speaks: ‘I Stand Back for the Work We Did’ Trump Organization Faces New Scrutiny in New York Civil Inquiry Michael Cohen: Trump Brags About Another White House Offer MORE, the former lawyer of the ex President TrumpDonald TrumpIsraeli officials say the United States should open a consulate for Palestinians in the West Bank Virginia’s loss reveals Democrats’ struggle with rural voters Sunday shows progress: House passes bipartisan infrastructure bill; Democrats suffer electoral losses in Virginia MORE, wrote on Sunday that President BidenJoe Biden Virginia’s defeat reveals Democrats’ struggle with rural voters After victory, Biden seeks political rebound Sunday shows progress: House passes bipartisan infrastructure bill; Democrats suffer electoral losses in Virginia MOREThe best hope for reelection might be the former president himself.

In an opinion piece for The Guardian, Cohen predicted that “Trump is likely to remain the gift he continues to give Democrats: the living ghost that breathes under the bed and keeps his voters awake at night.”

“As much as Democrats want to participate in their legislative agenda, the Trump specter could be their most effective strategy for maintaining power and is probably Biden’s best hope for re-election,” he wrote.

Cohen noted that recent polls show Biden to be “deeply unpopular,” citing recent losses to Democrats in Virginia and New Jersey, places where Biden easily beat Trump last year.

In Virginia, the former governor. Terry McAuliffeTerry McAuliffe Warner Says ‘Things Could Have Been Different’ In Virginia Elections If Infrastructure Happened Before Warner: Youngkin ‘Stirred The Culture Pot’ On Issues Like Critical Race Theory Kaine: Democrats ‘Ruined Time’ of infrastructure, spending bills MORE (D) lost the state gubernatorial race to the Republican businessman Glenn youngkinGlenn Youngkin Warner: Youngkin ‘stirred the culture pot’ on issues like critical race theory Republicans regain appeal of campaign, and it’s Bush, not Trump Kaine: Democrats ‘ruined time’ of infrastructure, spending bills PLUS.

In New Jersey, the governor. Phil MurphyPhil Murphy Warner: Youngkin ‘stirred the culture pot’ on topics like critical career theory. (D) “barely held on” in his reelection race, while the Democratic state Senate speaker was beaten up by a trucker who spent next to nothing on the race.

“In short, this White House has not had a good story to tell for months and Virginia and New Jersey paid the price,” Cohen added.

Cohen has accused Trump of bragging about a possible 2024 to run.

“His insatiable need for attention is one reason he continues to flaunt this fake race of 2024,” he said in September.

Trump has publicly toyed with the idea of ​​another White House run for months. Meanwhile, Biden’s approval rating reached a new low of just 38 percent in a survey conducted last week.



Reference-thehill.com

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