With an announcement expected as soon as next week on President Joe Biden’s plans for 2024, even corporate media had to face facts and ask, “Do the American people want that?”
“Do they want four more years for this president?”
Despite two years of spin on inflation, foreign policy debacles, numerous scandals and serious health concerns, the American people have come to know all too well the detriment current leadership has caused the country. Friday on CNN’s “Inside Politics with John King,” the host’s best efforts to frame Biden in a positive light couldn’t detract from what the latest Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research poll had found regarding the vast majority of Americans.
“A president running for reelection is, of course, a president running on his record, and what you think of it,” King laid out, showing Biden’s low approval rating and attempting to make lemonade from trumped-up economic numbers.
It was then that he arrived at certain irrefutable points like Biden’s advanced age as he asked of the president’s list of political liabilities, “Do the American people want that? Do they want four more years for this president?”
“Immigration is an issue where the Biden administration, the numbers are not working in his favor, and the Republicans plan to make a very big deal of that. Inflation and recession fears, obviously, issue number one. Where is the economy six months from now and nine months from now compared to today? This is a tough challenge if you’re an incumbent president,” King noted.
Then he arrived at the telling polling data that showed the majority of voters saw the country heading in the wrong direction. “Look at this number. Nearly three-quarters of Americans say the country is going in the wrong direction. Joe Biden is asking for four more years. When 74 percent of Americans think the country is heading the wrong way, it’s hard for the boss to say ‘give me four more years.’ This is a giant challenge for the president.”
As previously reported, Biden might be making a return to basement barnstorming with a pre-taped video announcement to launch a 2024 reelection campaign. Donors from his 2020 run are expected to meet with him in the coming days as well.
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However, the AP-NORC poll not only found an overall dissatisfaction among the American people, it also found that only 47 percent of likely Democrat voters want Biden to run for reelection. While a majority said they would support him were he to secure the nomination, disfavor for the president’s leadership has found him facing a primary challenge from a number of competitors, including Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.
The son of the late senator and attorney general Robert F. Kennedy and nephew to President John F. Kennedy launched his campaign Wednesday on the anniversary of the battles of Lexington and Concord with a message seemingly aimed away from progressivism, highlighting how far the Overton Window had shifted with the tagline “Kennedy Democrats.”
Speculation also remains that California Gov. Gavin Newsom may launch his own bid for the 2024 Democratic nomination as he has continually pitted himself against former President Donald Trump and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R).
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