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Trump Campaign Seeks New Nickname For Biden

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Trump Campaign Seeks New Nickname For Biden

Trump Campaign Seeks New Nickname For Biden

Business Insider reports that the Trump campaign is scrambling for a more damaging nickname for Joe Biden.

The campaign has used "Sleepy Joe" to tag Biden.

Trump's advisers are reportedly concerned that "Sleepy Joe" won't generate the hostility to destroy Biden's candidacy.

Advisers are reportedly weighing other attack lines for Biden.

This includes trying to paint Biden as corrupt, a puppet for radical leftists or as being in cognitive decline.

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