It seems even its own people are quick to jump in Joe Biden’s sinking ship.
Anita Dunn, a top adviser to President Biden, sounded very confident in her insistence that Biden will seek a second term — and almost indignant that the question is being raised at all.
“The president has said he’s planning on running again. People should take him at his word,” Dunn said.
But some Democrats didn’t want him leading this great country ever again. Well, not just Democrats by the majority of Americans think Biden should not run according to polls.
Here’s the list of polls that proves Americans has had enough of Biden’s inept leadership as reported by “The Belt-Way Report”:
In June, a Yahoo/YouGov poll discovered 64 percent of those surveyed do not think Biden should run for re-election, and 55 percent did not believe Trump should run again.
A July News Nation/Decision Desk HQ poll shows over 60 percent of voters and 30 percent of Democrats said Biden should not run again.
A Quinnipiac University national poll in July found that 71 percent of Americans did not want Joe Biden to run again.
A Des Moines Register Iowa poll in July conducted by J. Ann Selzer, a well-respected pollster, revealed that 67 percent of Iowans and 52 percent of Democrats hoped that Biden would not run again in 2024.
A Harvard CAPS–Harris poll in late June showed that 71 percent of those polled do not think Biden should run for a second term, compared to 29 percent who say he should run.
The New York Times/Siena College Research Institute revealed that 64 percent of Democrats wanted to see someone else run in 2024.
In fact, Democratic Representative Dean Phillips, who represents Minnesota’s 3rd Congressional District, does not want to see Joe Biden run for reelection in 2024.
“I think the country would be well served by a new generation of compelling, well-prepared, dynamic Democrats who step up, ” Phillips saidon a local radio show.
When he was asked if he will support a Biden reelection run for 2024, he said, “No.”
Rep. Angie Craig echoed sentiments from her counterpart in Minnesota, emphasizing that the Democratic Party must change “up and down the ballot.”
“I think Dean Phillips and I are in lockstep and alignment with that, and I’m going to do everything in my power as a member of Congress to make sure that we have a new generation of leadership,” she said.
While most presidents in recent years have earned reelection, Biden’s flagging approval numbers and advanced age are seen as liabilities for Democrats in a widely expected uphill battle to maintain control of Congress after the midterm elections.