Former officials from the George W. Bush administration have formed a super PAC to support Joe Biden’s White House campaign, The Hill reports.
Then Fox News analyst Juan Williams mused in an op-ed for The Hill on Monday (link) about what an endorsement from George W. Bush could mean for Joe Biden’s chances in the 2020 election.
“If he announces he is voting for Biden, it will change some votes,” Williams said, pointing to the possibility amid a simmering feud between the former and current president.
The Super PAC, that’s called ’43 Alumni For Biden’, referring to the 43rd president, George W. Bush was formed Monday, according to a Tuesday filing with the Federal Election Commission.
Karen Kirksey, a former Treasury Department official from the Bush administration, is listed as the group’s treasurer and custodian of records.
It’s not secret W is no fan of Trump, he has publicly criticized him several times including throwing shade on Trump after just over a month in office, addressing Trump’s attack on the media, his controversial immigration policy, and the Russian hacking scandal.
Not much surprises me these days, but it would be really interested if the 43rd president officially comes out and endorses Biden for President.