Biden approves campaign shake-up as Trump rematch looms large

President Joe Biden is turning to familiar faces as he tries to shake up the leadership of his 2024 reelection campaign before November.

Biden has tapped White House deputy chief of staff Jennifer O’Malley Dillon, his 2020 campaign manager, and presidential senior adviser Mike Donilon to be his chairman and chief strategist, respectively. Julie Chavez Rodriguez will remain campaign manager, with O’Malley Dillon responsible for organizing and executing his path to 270 electoral votes, while Donilon will handle his messaging and paid media strategy. The changes will be introduced in the coming weeks as aides adopt more of a general election posture.

“Mike and Jen were essential members of the senior team that helped President Biden and Vice President Harris earn the most votes in American history in 2020, and we’re thrilled to have their leadership and strategic
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