Biden ghosts South Carolina on primary day, but voters don’t care

COLUMBIA, South Carolina — President Joe Biden campaigned heavily in Columbia last weekend ahead of the state’s Feb. 3 primary.

But he will not attend the Democratic National Committee’s victory party celebrating what is expected to be an overwhelming win for the president in Democrats’ “first-in-the-nation” results for 2024.

The Biden campaign has long looked to South Carolina as an opportunity to shut down concerns regarding the president’s age, performance in the White House, and a noticeable slide in support among black voters, so the president’s decision not to personally step foot in Columbia might raise some eyebrows.

Still, voters in the state capital were unfazed when they discovered the president wouldn’t be there on Saturday.

The Washington Examiner spoke with roughly two dozen South Carolinians voting early this past week about the president’s decision not to attend a
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