Jill Biden is boiling over the suggestion that her husband should drop out of his re-election campaign after being pummeled in a debate against President Donald Trump last week.

After Biden’s ABC News interview on Friday, host Martha Raddatz provided information from people in the White House who said that his “very tight inner circle” is intent to push him through because they think he can win if he goes all out.

“This of course includes his wife Jill who they said is lashing out at those who want him to get out of the race,” she added.

The Biden family is also said to be moving toward a power-up within the campaign and administration, aiming to isolate the sources of leaks from those inside the beltway working against this president in advance of their convention.

A source close to the family added: “The debate fiasco has opened up a lane for the family to surpass staff and start helping out their father and brother who they love dearly.”

The report also said that Hunter Biden, President Joe Biden’s son who has been embroiled in several scandals and suffering from drug addiction attended the White House meetings this week. It is viewed as an aspect of a broader design to bring more Biden family members into the administration and onto the campaign.

The main people stopping the president from dropping out are reportedly Jill and Hunter Biden. The family is also said to be considering overhauling the advisory team, aiming to purge people they blame for recent defeats.

The source told NBC News that, “I believe the family has witnessed blunder after blunder by key staff personnel, and the debate is likely the straw that broke the camel’s back. Post-debate, the supposed loyal staff, instead of taking responsibility, pointed the finger back at the president and said: ‘His fault.’ I can think of no other singular action that would agitate the Biden family more.”