Biden’s messaging frustrates crucial ally Clyburn as it fails to convince black voters

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Rep. James Clyburn (D-SC) said he is “very concerned” about President Joe Biden’s ability to garner support from black voters heading into the 2024 election, and he said Biden has a messaging problem.

Speaking with CNN’s Jake Tapper Sunday on State of the Union, Clyburn expressed his frustration regarding what he painted as Biden’s successful record and the lack of support he has received for it.

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Tapper brought up recent reports that former President Barack Obama met with Biden to express concern about the president’s reelection bid. Tapper said the reports come amid Biden’s struggle to maintain support among black voters, and he asked Clyburn if he was worried about black voters showing up
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