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2022; and it’s how he hopes to win again against Trump, should he be the nominee, in 2024.
Biden has built on the old adage, “Never interfere with an enemy when he’s destroying himself.” His version is basically, “Never bother going out in public when your enemy is destroying himself.”
The lesson of the last couple of years is that Biden doesn’t have to be scintillating, impressive, or inspiring. Heck, he doesn’t even have to be popular. He simply has to be there. To paraphrase Woody Allen, 90% of getting elected for Joe Biden is just showing up.
His campaign could be barely evident and still succeed.
Rich Lowry is editor of the National Review.