Chris Carney Featured in The Hill’s 2024 Election Coverage

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Hon. Chris Carney commented on the 2024 Presidential election in two articles for The Hill.

For the article, “Biden campaign tries to stamp out Democratic calls to drop out,” Chris told The Hill the Biden campaign “is doing what a campaign is supposed to do — support the candidate.” He added, “There has been unease among some Democrats about a second Biden term even before the campaign began. Those voices gained resonance after the debate. If they continue to resonate will depend on Biden’s subsequent performances and the campaign’s ability to credibly message strength and clarity.”

For the article “Biden leans on family with political future at risk,” Chris stated, “Perhaps more so than recent presidents, Joe Biden relies on his family for advice, guidance and solace. After a very difficult several days, it would be surprising if he didn’t surround himself with family.” He closed by saying, “The president understands that whatever decision he makes about the campaign will impact his family as well. Having their input is a critical part of his decision process.”

Chris represented Pennsylvania’s 10th Congressional District for two terms and was a tenured professor of political science specializing in international relations at Penn State University. Prior to running for Congress, he worked at the Pentagon for four years on strategic analysis of the global terrorist threat, ran the Department of Defense’s Policy Counterterrorism Evaluation Group (PCTEG) and was the “Special Projects” intelligence officer for two tours during Operation Southern Watch. Chris received a Presidential appointment as a Commissioner on the Military Compensation and Retirement Modernization Commission (MCRMC) and served as a Senior Intelligence Specialist for the National Aviation Intelligence Integration Office (NAI2O).

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