President Biden has been catching heat because of his confusing on-camera blunders and mumbles, however, new polls say his approval ratings went up.
Biden’s Approval Rating is Across the Board
NBC reported that the President’s approval rating went up in three swing states. However, he did not get good ratings in some areas like how he is handling health care, the economy and jobs, crime, public safety, and open borders.
According to news reports, ratings range anywhere from 39% to 45%, depending on the outlet you get the information from.
Biden’s Unforgettable Blunders
Here Biden had a little trouble finding where to exit the stage when speaking at the Global Fund conference in New York last Wednesday.
The President recently held a speech at a teacher’s union, where he noticed a woman he met when he was 30, and she was 12. Some viewers remarked it was “creepy.”
In Biden’s 60-Minute interview, the discussion around China was confusing because of Biden’s personal admission that the US forces would defend Taiwan.
Here Biden remarked that inflation only moved an “inch” lately, and shouldn’t be a big concern among American citizens.
You may have noticed that in 2022, Biden seems confused about shaking hands.
The American people are concerned about the 46th President of the United States. The Daily Mail stated, “Mr. Biden has previously suffered two brain aneurysms and a heart condition which makes the muscle beat too fast, causing dizziness and confusion.”
It was also mentioned that Osama bin Laden remarked when former president Barak Obama was in office, that he “banned al Qaeda from assassinating Joe Biden because the Democrat would become an incompetent president and ‘lead the US into a crisis’ if jihadists were successful in killing Barack Obama.”
Some experts warn if Republicans take the House, Biden has a chance of getting impeached. The Constitution states that a president is only removed from office if they are convicted during a trial held by the US Senate on the articles of impeachment brought forth by the House.
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