President Biden’s campaign said it had raised $127 million last month, but big donors are still anxious after his debate performance.

President Biden’s camp is hoping to allay fears about his health and stoke worries about a Trump re-election.Doug Mills/The New York TimesPolitical reality is setting in

President Biden’s campaign just announced that it raised $127 million in June, the best month yet for this cycle. It’s the latest effort by the president’s camp to allay Democratic fears about his ability to win, following last week’s debate debacle.

But donors remain wary, even after a call with top Biden campaign aides on Monday that was meant to shore up their support. That leaves Democrats in a state of protracted anxiety, as a Supreme Court ruling heightened their fears about a second Trump administration.

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