On the following day, Sunday, Biden’s own personal Twitter account issued a pathetic attempt to persuade American that “I am focused on doing all I can to decrease gas and energy costs and speed up our transition to clean energy.”
The tweet was followed by retweets of that video from the president laughing while his policies hurt the American people and under his presidency.
Worse for the president, a new poll from ABC News was published on Sunday morning, showing that the American people continue to disapprove of how he is dealing with these issues.
According to the survey, Biden’s performance on economic concerns such as “the economy,” for example, 38 percent approve while about 57 percent disapprove. On “inflation, which is rising prices,” he has a 28% approval rating, with 68 percent disapproval.
The poll was done on April 24 through 28, with a random national sample of 1,004 adults and 907 of whom were registered to vote. The margin of error is 3.5 percent.
Although the audience at first believed it was serious, when they departed, Noah provided them with a comical closing line that reminded us of an unpleasant reality: the Biden administration’s inability to handle a crisis or, more accurately, its refusal to do so.
“Please use caution when you leave tonight. We all know how this administration handles evacuations,” Noah added, receiving a standing ovation as the spectators stood up to go.
On August 26, a terrorist assault at the Kabul airport resulted in the deaths of Thirteen service people. On August 31, the last American troops departed Afghanistan, with President Biden receiving particularly poor ratings on his management of troop withdrawals and when it comes to how much blame the president bears for their deaths.