Monday, September 13, 2021

Summer Bummer: Joe Biden Presidency Suffers from Historic Failure; Biden Tanks in 7 Democratic Swing Districts as Poll Says $3.5T Spending TOO BIG, and related stories

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Summer Bummer: Joe Biden Presidency Suffers from Historic Failure:
President Joe Biden is failing on nearly every single major issue for Americans as support for his presidency continues to drop.
Biden’s badly botched crisis in Afghanistan is still generating bad headlines as stranded Americans try to leave the country after Biden withdrew all military forces from Kabul.
Americans supported the decision to exit Afghanistan, but the president’s execution of the mission, resulting in the deaths of 13 American servicemembers, has left the country deeply dissatisfied with his efforts.
Fifty-three percent of Americans believe Biden is personally responsible for those deaths, while only 43 percent feel otherwise, according to the latest Washington Post/ABC poll.
The Biden administration still struggles to state how many Americans are left in Afghanistan and offer a timeline for when that mission will be successful.
Americans have also lost confidence in his handling of the coronavirus pandemic.
Despite declaring “Independence” over the coronavirus and a “Summer of freedom” for Americans in July, Biden surrendered after the rise in cases fueled by the Delta variant of the virus led federal health officials to level additional restrictions. --->READ MORE HERE
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Biden tanks in 7 Democratic swing districts as poll says $3.5T spending too big:
President Biden’s approval numbers have taken a hit in seven Democrat-controlled swing districts, according to a new poll commissioned by conservative advocacy group American Action Network released on Tuesday.
The survey — conducted by Remington Research Group — showed the president underwater by an average of 7 percentage points on the economy and 9 percent on foreign policy in the areas polled, which include California’s 10th Congressional District, Florida’s 7th Congressional District, Iowa’s 3rd Congressional District, Michigan’s 8th and 11th Congressional Districts, Virginia’s 2nd Congressional District and Washington’s 8th Congressional District.
The surveys found that Biden and the Democrats’ plan to move forward with a $3.5 trillion social spending could prove to be a liability for the party’s members that serve in the battleground districts, with an average of just 36 percent approving on average to the 55 percent that said they disapprove of the proposal. --->READ MORE HERE
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