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Biden's Campaign Hit Sluggish Financial Bump In 2020 Campaign

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Biden's Campaign Hit Sluggish Financial Bump In 2020 Campaign

Biden's Campaign Hit Sluggish Financial Bump In 2020 Campaign

Former vice president Joe Biden is having some money issues in his 2020 presidential campaign.

At first Biden surprised everyone by reeling in a lot of cash and keeping up with Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders.

But now he’s spent almost $2 million more than his campaign raised in the third quarter.

According to Politico, the slowdown is caused by the expenses of maintaining a big payroll and a nationwide operation.

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