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It goes without saying that Joe Biden is one of the most divisive and unpopular presidents in recent memory. For the vast majority of his presidency, more people have disapproved of Biden’s job as presidency than approved.
It’s quite obvious why this is the case: historically high inflation that is eating away at the financial well-being of Americans, allowing the border to be flooded by millions of illegal immigrants, surging violent crime in our cities, the disaster in Afghanistan, Biden’s obvious cognitive decline, etc. You could go on for hours diagnosing everything wrong with this administration.
It is no surprise why Biden’s approval rating has been in the toilet. However, Democrats are apparently scratching their heads why Brandon’s “accomplishments” are not being reflected in his ratings. United States Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg recently appeared on NBC News to discuss the matter.
RNC Research posted a video of the interview on Twitter titled, “PETE BUTTIGIEG explains why Biden’s approval numbers aren’t better: “There have been so many accomplishments under this administration, it can be difficult to list them in a distilled way.” See the video below.
PETE BUTTIGIEG explains why Biden's approval numbers aren't better:
"There have been so many accomplishments under this administration, it can be difficult to list them in a distilled way." pic.twitter.com/WsDHv0cVHo
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) February 5, 2023
The host opens up the dialogue, asking, “He’s got a lot of things to tell. Why do you think it has not penetrated the American public?”
“Well, these things don’t sell themselves. And it’s one of the reasons I’m really looking forward to that that State of the Union address,” Pete said. “I will say that there have been so many accomplishments under this administration. It can be difficult to list them in a distilled way”
Apparently, Joe Biden is doing so well that we aren’t able to comprehend all of his accomplishments. In fact, all these accomplishments, which are so vast in number that they can’t be communicated, have recently put Biden back near the lowest approval rating of his presidency.
U.S. President Joe Biden’s public approval rating was close to the lowest level of his presidency this week amid criticism from Republicans over classified documents found in his home in recent months, according to a new Reuters/Ipsos poll.
The three-day national poll, which closed on Sunday, showed 40% of Americans approved of Biden’s performance as president, versus 39% in a Reuters/Ipsos poll a month earlier.
…Taking office in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic, Biden’s term has been marked by the economic scars of the global health crisis, including soaring inflation. Last year, his approval rating drifted as low as 36% in May and June.
During the summer of 2022, there was a period of time where Biden sustained an approval rating that rendered him the “least popular president in history”, for two consecutive months.
The Washington Free Beacon reported:
President Joe Biden in June achieved the highest disapproval rating in the history of modern polling. This month, his popularity declined even further.
About 60 percent of Americans disapprove of the president, according to FiveThirtyEight’s polling average. Just 38 percent of Americans approve. Biden’s disapproval has risen and his approval has fallen by a few points in the last month, when he first became the most unpopular commander in chief in recorded history.
I’m not exactly sure what Biden has planned to tell us in the State of the Union Address, but I will be impressed if he is able to get through the whole speech without a few hilarious gaffes along the way.
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