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Joe Biden And His Declining Approval Rating

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After president Joe Biden committed a host of epic failures in just 8 months of his stay in the White House, we are not sure if there is still a chance to salvage his damaged reputation. Biden’s incompetent leadership has put the nation in shambles and there seems to be no way to repair the people’s eroded trust.

Because of Biden’s embarrassing first-year performance, the Democratic Party is bound to lose its grip on the House and Senate in the upcoming 2022 midterm elections. Back in May, the president’s rating was already down to 57% and the Afghanistan carnage hadn’t even unfolded.

Nowadays, more and more people are jumping back on the Republican train as they realize that the hype behind Biden was nothing but empty promises. A vast majority of Americans believe that the Democrats are not only inept at doing their jobs, they are also irresponsible and disorderly. Their careless spending habits are also to blame for the increasing inflation that will burden our economy for the years to come.

Then we have the issues of immigration which has largely contributed to our country’s degrading state. An unprecedented influx of illegal immigrants and human smugglers has put so much strain on our border protection apparatuses.

However, it is the president’s handling of the Afghanistan troops withdrawal that dipped his popularity ratings the most. The rushed exit and the invasion of the Taliban in Kabul showed how inferior this current administration is and that proves that the future is bleak for the American public. The only good news is that Joe Biden will only reign for one full term, that is if he doesn’t get impeached and booted out of the White House.

“President Biden’s overall approval has taken a turn for the worse due to his awful job performance rating on Afghanistan. His approval on immigration and the economy are also upside down. The only issue keeping him remotely in the game is his handling of the COVID-19 pandemic, where he is barely at 50%” Suffolk Political Research Center director David Paleologos stated last week. 

On the other hand, former president Donald Trump’s popularity has skyrocketed once again and it wouldn’t be surprising if we will see another successful presidential run for the GOP leader.

“Today, the Trump movement has evolved into the most significant political force in American history. If Trump decides to run again in 2024, there is no Republican in the country who could challenge him for the nomination,” Ted Harvey wrote in his opinion piece last week.

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