There are some conservatives who want to prevent the Democrats from achieving any significant success in policy, but they want Joe Biden to take the blame for it. The old goat does not like to admit that he made a mistake and the American people will then blame him. It may be the same as when Harry Truman campaigned against “do-nothing” Republicans and anti-vaccine liberals. Nevertheless, there is some merit to the idea.
One of Biden’s biggest flaws is his incoherence. He has repeatedly claimed to be a non-politician. This is a mistake. He is a career pol who hasn’t done anything bad in his life, so his incoherence might just be his greatest asset. However, it doesn’t mean that he’s without faults. The left-wing academic Steven Salaita pointed out in a tweet that his incoherence is actually his strongest attribute. And it’s possible that many voters are underestimating the evils of his candidacy, a case that is also apt to come up during his re-election.
Meanwhile, the vice president is dealing with a wide range of issues that need to be tackled. There is no clear direction for his administration, and members of his own party have been reluctant to help him push his voting reform bill through Congress. In addition, moderate Democrats such as Senators Kyrsten Sinema and Joe Manchin in swing states like Arizona have been holding back his climate agenda and social-spending bill. As a result, the president-elect has a lot of work ahead of him.
In the past, President Biden has defended the legislative filibuster as an important tool for negotiation. But now, he’s backtracking on this stance, which may harm America’s image as an independent nation. In addition, he is also trying to make the Republican party more responsive to his progressive base, which pushed him out of the race. This was the last straw, but the campaign isn’t over.
While Joe Biden’s approval rating has remained in the low 40s for months, there are some signs of life in the vice president’s campaign. Unlike his predecessor, the Vice President’s approval rating has remained in the mid to low-forties for over two years. In addition, the vice president has been in the spotlight for several scandals, including plagiarism. His popularity has dropped and he’s not a candidate for the presidency anymore.
The president’s approval of the Nord Stream 2 Pipeline will give Putin a boost in its election. It will also benefit the Russians and the United States, and this will help them maintain power in the Middle East. In addition, the VP has a lot of enemies in his country. The first is Vladimir Putin, who is a foreign agent and a terrorist. He spies Americans. He’s also a foreigner.