For months, the nation’s economic situation (as well as the worsening border and social climate) has dominated almost every family’s concerns. It’s been a news cycle that Joe Biden can’t seem to get away from.
It’s similar to how COVID-19 was for Donald Trump. Trump has the ability to shift the news cycle in an instant, simply by sending out a tweet. However, COVID was a worldwide pandemic, and he couldn’t get out of it. It largely explains why he lost in 2020.
Because of Twitter and the regular press assaults, Trump had always endured a poor public image. It was nearly impossible for him to obtain a good news story. This can’t be said about Biden, who has been fortunate with the media until now.
While Trump’s low popularity was almost always assured, Biden had to work for it. And boy, has he ever.
He’s furious about the low approval in every area, according to reports.
“The White House has been beaten down in a series of cataclysmic events, finding itself either restricted or helpless in its attempts to combat the forces battering it. In the wake of growing concerns that the parallels to Jimmy Carter, another first-term Democrat plagued by escalating costs and a foreign policy mess, will stick, morale at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue is sinking.”
“The president has expressed frustration that his approval ratings have fallen below those of Donald Trump, whom he regularly refers to in private as the “worst president” and an existential threat to the nation’s democracy.”
Biden, on the other hand, is frequently more salty behind the scenes than people realize. According to a White House aide and a Democrat with knowledge of the conversation, Biden was enraged because of being kept out of the loop about the severity of the baby formula crisis that has engulfed sections of the country. He aired his anger in phone conversations with supporters, which were prompted by heart-wrenching cable news coverage of young mothers sobbing in anguish because they might not be able to feed their children.
Biden is the most powerful individual on the planet, yet he is powerless to fix his country’s problems. On the issue of the formula, was he kept out of the loop? Then fire those who kept you out of the loop. It’s not difficult at all. You are in command of the federal government as its chief executive. All that red tape is within your domain. Fire employees and make an example of slackers who stayed passive during a crisis that everyone else saw coming a mile away.