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Joe Biden is shaking-up its operation and replaced by his Democratic presidential campaign manager, as he tries to win his primary battle with Bernie Sanders for the democratic nomination and look forward to a General election battle with President Trump.

The former Vice-President of the campaign announced Thursday that Jen O’malley Dillon — a veteran of Barack Obama’s 2008 and 2012 campaigns and who most recently served as former Texas Rep. Beto O ‘Rourke’ s presidential campaign manager — manages, Greg Schultz in the steering Biden in the White house bid.

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Biden, officials said, Schultz will now strengthen the focus on the “organizational planning for the election to the Bundestag and training, the campaign external public relations.”

The move comes as Biden has taken a big lead on the nomination of the Democrats-rivals Sanders in the crucial race for the Convention delegates. This is thanks to the great victories in the South Carolina primary and the Super Tuesday States, and this week in Michigan, Missouri and Mississippi. While Sanders, the populist senator from Vermont, who remains in the race to win his window, to the nomination is closing fast.

“I’m grateful to Greg for his leadership and hard work to help our campaign, where it is today, and I will value his input on this campaign,” Biden said in a statement.

The former Vice-President of the campaign announced Thursday that Jen O’malley Dillon — veteran <a data-cke-saved-href=”https://www.foxnews.com/category/person/barack-obama” href=”https://www.foxnews.com/category/person/barack-obama”>Barack Obama</a>’s 2008 and 2012 campaigns and who most recently served as former Texas Rep. Beto O ‘Rourke’ s presidential campaign manager — manages, Greg Schultz in the steering Biden in the White house bid.

But before his rebound, South Carolina, Biden in the White house was effort almost left for dead after the disappointing fourth and fifth place finishes in the Iowa Caucasus and the New Hampshire primary, the first two contests in the presidential nomination calendar. There was grumbling inside and outside the campaign about a lack of resources, organisational issues, and particularly disappointing fundraising from last April, when Biden announced his candidacy.

Biden praised O’malley Dillon, saying he is “thrilled that Jen brings her considerable talent and insight to this team. You will be a tremendous asset for a campaign, the only one growing and getting stronger, while we prepare to take the battle to Donald Trump this fall.”

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O’malley Dillon of the Biden campaign in the last month, support for the Nevada effort occurred, where Biden began to turn things around with a far-away, but second place behind Sanders. She served as the embattled States director on Obama’s 2008 campaign, Deputy campaign Manager of the President’s 2012 re-election effort and was named as Obama’s first executive director of the Democratic National Committee.

“Like so many other Democrats, Biden unification behind Joe, the character and the leadership, I am excited to join the team at this critical moment,” O’malley said Dillon, as the tidal wave of support from current and former Democratic Federal and state legislators in the last two weeks, Biden, the zeydon so much of the party-raft around.

Should Biden to lock down the nomination, he is the face of the combined efforts of the Trump re-election and the Republican National Committee”, which is a huge financial and organizational advantage over Biden campaign and the Democratic National Committee.

A press release from the Biden campaign, not a statement from Schultz.

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