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The Biden campaign officials are uncertain about the outcome of Donald Trump’s hush money trial in New York, but they are preparing for a more aggressive phase of their reelection campaign once the trial concludes. They are focused on running new ads, refining their messaging, and expanding their campaign infrastructure to make their case to the American people ahead of the November election. Despite the uncertainty surrounding the trial, the campaign remains committed to making their case against Trump, whether he is convicted or not.

The campaign officials are aware that a significant portion of the population does not yet realize that the choice on Election Day will be between Biden and Trump. They understand the need to adjust their messaging and strategy based on the outcome of Trump’s trial, but they emphasize that their overall case against the former president will remain consistent. The campaign is gearing up for a more aggressive phase, with new ads and messaging intended to highlight Trump’s behavior and actions, including his attempts to cling to power after losing the 2020 election.

The release of a scorching new ad called “Snapped,” narrated by actor Robert De Niro, marks the start of the campaign’s next phase. The ad portrays Trump as out of control, desperate to cling to power, and willing to resort to dangerous tactics to achieve his goals. Campaign chair Jen O’Malley Dillon emphasized the campaign’s focus on Trump’s dangerous campaign promises and unhinged rhetoric in the lead-up to next month’s debate on CNN. The campaign is determined to remind voters of the chaos and harm caused by Trump during his presidency.

In the coming month, President Biden will have several key events and trips, including visits to Europe for D-Day commemorations and the G-7 summit, as well as a fundraising swing to California. The campaign has identified significant moments, such as the anniversary of the Dobbs Supreme Court decision and the Pulse nightclub shooting, to highlight Trump’s actions and statements. O’Malley Dillon emphasized the importance of reminding voters of the harm caused by Trump during his presidency and the reasons for his removal from office four years ago.

Closing arguments in Trump’s trial are set for next week, with the jury receiving instructions from the judge before deliberation begins. The timeline for the jury’s decision is uncertain. The Biden campaign is focused on the upcoming trial outcome and the opportunities it presents to further their case against Trump, emphasizing the need to remind voters of the chaos and harm caused by the former president during his time in office. The campaign is preparing for a more aggressive phase, with new ads and messaging intended to highlight Trump’s behavior and actions.

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