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Biden's campaign is getting rolling. Here's what's been happening behind the scenes

President Biden launched his reelection campaign almost two months ago. But behind the scenes, there's been a lot of work laying the ground for fundraising and organizing at the DNC.

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President Biden gestures after speaking at a Juneteenth concert on June 13. Andrew Caballero-Reynolds/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Biden's campaign is getting rolling. Here's what's been happening behind the scenes

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In an interview with NPR on Thursday, Reddit CEO Steve Huffman defended the company's plan to start charging for access to its data, a move that prompted a 48-hour blackout among thousands of Reddit communities. Randy Shropshire/Getty Images for Blavity Inc/AfroTech hide caption

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Reddit CEO Steve Huffman: 'It's time we grow up and behave like an adult company'

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Secretary of State Antony Blinken greets Rep. Andy Kim, after a House Foreign Affairs Committee hearing in March 2021. Ting Shen - Pool/Getty Images hide caption

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Some see the U.S.-China rivalry as an 'existential struggle.' Rep. Andy Kim disagrees

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