Obama’s popularity among Democrats is undeniable. Arriving at the East Room on Tuesday, Obama was greeted with excited cheers from members of Congress and Biden administration staffers.
But those with knowledge of the relationship between Biden and Obama are skeptical about Biden bringing in Obama to assist with boosting his polls.
Despite Biden and Obama residing within miles of each other, the two have hardly seen each other since Biden took office, pointing to a silent feud between the two. A feud that is rumored to have begun when Obama pushed for his former Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton’s Presidential bid in 2016 and worsened when Obama remained neutral during the Democratic primaries for the 2020 Presidential bid.