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Joe Biden Plans To Meet With Black Entertainment Industry Leaders

Joe Biden Plans To Meet With Black Entertainment Industry Leaders

President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden plan to meet with Black entertainment industry leaders, Deadline reports. The couple will hit Los Angeles on Saturday (Feb. 3) for GRAMMY weekend. It has been revealed they’ve set aside time to speak with powerhouses in Black show business while in town. Biden will discuss the upcoming election and topics concerning Black Americans.

The outlet reports that the Bidens will be using the opportunity to brainstorm with the leaders how they could use their platforms to energize voters for the November 2024 ballot. It’s also reported that President Biden doesn’t have any “major” fundraising events planned, but he plans to return to the West Coast towards the end of March.

Additionally, the Biden regime is planning to air a pro-abortion campaign ad during the GRAMMYs telecast. After the ceremony, the ad will also be aired across America’s battleground states. However, the Bidens have no plans to appear at the 2024 GRAMMY commemoration.

President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris walk back to the Oval Office after an event about gun violence in the Rose Garden.

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This isn’t the first time that the Bidens were active during GRAMMY weekend. Jill Biden appeared at the GRAMMYs in 2023. During the award ceremony, Mrs. Biden presented the award for the inaugural Special Merit Best Song for Social Change. The First Lady awarded Iranian singer/songwriter Shervin Hajipour the trophy for their song “Baraye.” Mrs. Biden spoke about the song’s social message and its impact.

“A song can unite, inspire, and ultimately change the world,” Biden said. “I am honored to announce the first winner of the Recording Academy’s Best Song for Social Change to Shervin Hajipour. This song became the anthem of the Mahsa Amini protests, a powerful and poetic poem for freedom and women’s rights.”

According to the Recording Academy, more than 110,000 fan vote submissions were completed for Hajipour’s stirring “Baraye.”

The 2024 United States elections are set for Tuesday (Nov. 5). As of February 2024, it appears that Donald Trump will battle President Biden in a rematch for the US presidency.

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