Biden Campaign Sets Record with $25 Million Fundraiser Featuring Obama and Clinton

In a groundbreaking event in New York City, President Joe Biden’s campaign is expected to set a new fundraising record by amassing over $25 million at a star-studded fundraiser. Hosted at Radio City Music Hall, the event is anticipated to be the most successful political fundraiser in American history, with former Presidents Barack Obama and Bill Clinton in attendance. This historic gathering will highlight the growing financial divide between Biden’s campaign and that of his main competitor, former President Donald Trump.

The remarkable sum shatters Biden’s previous fundraising records, including a $10 million haul following his State of the Union address and significantly outpaces Trump’s fundraising efforts, which amounted to $20 million in February and $8.8 million in January. With Biden’s campaign committees holding over double the cash on hand compared to Trump’s, the event underscores a strategic advantage for Biden, emphasizing efficient voter outreach and communication of his presidential achievements and vision.

The gala, promising a blend of politics and entertainment, will feature actress Mindy Kaling as the host and performances from renowned artists like Queen Latifah, Lizzo, and Ben Platt. The evening is set to conclude with a compelling discussion between Biden, Obama, and Clinton, moderated by “The Late Show” host Stephen Colbert. The sale of more than 5,000 tickets for the fundraiser reflects strong support for Biden’s campaign and its forward momentum towards the upcoming election.

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