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Biden Plans Hybrid DNC Event Amid Pro-Hamas Disruption Threats

President Biden and the Democratic Party are facing potential disruptions from pro-Hamas demonstrators at their upcoming event. The demonstrators have been making scenes and calling the president “Genocide Joe.” To address these concerns, Biden’s advisers are considering holding a hybrid event with some in-person speeches alongside recorded videos and moving party business off the floor. The aim is to maximize viewership while minimizing live programming and opportunities for protest at the United Center in Chicago, where the convention is set to take place.

Furthermore, senior Democrats are discussing the possibility of conducting party business before the convention or moving it to another venue to address logistical challenges. They are also considering bringing back the pre-taped delegation roll call from each state featured in 2020, as it offers less opportunity for disruption.

However, the challenge lies outside the building, where Chicago Mayor Brandon Johnson has shown support for the pro-terrorist demonstrators. Democrats are concerned about potential disruptions, as over 70 groups have joined a coalition to “March on the DNC” when top Democrats arrive in Chicago, with tens of thousands expected to participate.

The political implications of a potentially disruptive convention have led Biden’s team to strategize various ways to minimize the impact of protests and maintain control over the event. The developments indicate a level of concern within the Democratic Party and the Biden administration as they prepare for their upcoming gathering in Chicago.

Written by Staff Reports

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