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Biden Is Worried About His 2024 Chances and He Reportedly Took It Out on Staffers Behind Closed Doors

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President Joe Biden is reportedly dissatisfied with his low approval ratings and expressed frustration to his aides before his Thanksgiving vacation.

Concerns about his standing in the polls have led to private discussions among Democrats, with some expressing worries about the upcoming election.

“He complained that his economic message had done little to move the ball,” the Post wrote. (Trending: Bud Light Gets Bad News Ahead of Christmas)

“We do not discuss the president’s private conversations one way or the other,” spokesman Andrew Bates stated.

“It is a little bit like your grandfather running the company and you know that he’s at a point now where the heirs could suffer value if we don’t change management at the top. And this is very difficult. How do we get grandpa to relinquish the CEO role?” said Philip Levine, former mayor of Miami Beach, Florida.

“It would be irresponsible for us to not be concerned at this point. People can be hopeful about what the result is going to be. But we don’t have any evidence as to why we should be hopeful,” a member of the Democratic National Committee said.

“The polling is bad. The approval ratings are bad. We know about concerns about both the president’s age and about the vice president if she were to take over.”

“I want to see Bidenism continue but I think the best way to make sure that happens is to perhaps have a different candidate than Joe Biden,” the DNC member added.

Recent polls have shown a decline in approval for Biden’s policies, with voters citing economic concerns and a general sense of malaise.

Some former Biden supporters have expressed disappointment in his performance, particularly regarding economic issues like inflation and access to loans.

The dissatisfaction has led to a shift in voter sentiment, with some former supporters indicating they may not vote for Biden in the next election.

“Unhappiness with Biden is pervasive in the new survey, though much of it appears among Democratic-leaning groups who might still back the president on Election Day,” the report noted.

“Only 23% of voters say Biden’s policies have helped them personally, while 53% say they have been hurt by the president’s agenda. By contrast, about half of voters say Trump’s policies when he was president helped them personally, more than the 37% who say they were hurt.”

“I don’t think he has really done much for us, nothing that benefits me really,” voter Robert Gilbert said.

“A lot of people are waking up to the economic injustices even more—sending money to Ukraine, sending money to Israel. And here we are kind of feeling like the forgotten stepchildren,” poll respondent Stephanie Evans said.

“I’m really not a fan of him and his performance,” former Biden voter Melissa Garcia Johnson said.

“There’s a serious issue with interest rates on homes right now. I’m in my mid-30s and I’m still renting.”

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