Democrats full of ‘outspoken concern’ about Biden’s leadership say he ‘ran out of time’ to fix things: Politico

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A new report from Politico noted that a large group of Democrats are concerned that President Joe Biden and his White House team are running out of “time” to reverse “poor poll numbers” ahead of the midterm elections.

Political journalists Jonathan Lemmer and Christopher Cadelago reported Friday that Democrats are dealing with “frustration” about Biden’s messaging and handling of the country’s crises, which are now “an outright concern.”

The article began with an inside look at recent virtual meetings between Democratic governors and White House officials. The article depicted a tense scene between the administration and these governors, stating: “Don’t just tell us what you did, is how someone familiar with the meetings described the feeling among governors, because what you did is not.” It doesn’t exactly work.”

According to the outlet, other people familiar with the content of these meetings claimed that “there was public and growing dissatisfaction with the White House’s response.” Politico claimed that “this emerging frustration, conveyed by three party officials familiar with the contents of the meetings, turned into frank anxiety.”

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The report described the general concern that Democratic governors and other party leaders across the country have about Biden, that “and his team are not only new to ideas, but are increasingly running out of time to change their weak poll numbers ahead of the midterm elections.”

The outlet cited a statement from DG Communications Director David Turner, who claimed that “these calls are anything but tense. Governors and their teams find these calls useful, fruitful, and good forums for exchanging policy information with each other.”

Although Lemer and Cadlago replay this claim, the fact that a “similar” meeting between congressional lawmakers and Biden administration officials took place recently was “full of tension.”

Reporters claimed, “There, lawmakers were expecting guidance on concrete matters such as how Republicans who distribute free gas cards and baby milk should face prosecution of angry voters in their districts. Instead, they were confronted with now-familiar talking points about the White House’s legislative successes and the echo of the message it carried.” Biden in 2020.”

Politico’s article, which did not take the hit, claimed, “With the 2022 election approaching four months, Democrats inside and outside the White House are acknowledging that there is no magic bullet for killing a host of political problems.” There was “hope that some of these problems will subside,” she wrote, adding that “confidence in that is now waning.”

“White House aid, in its view, does not appear to be in a hurry enough,” the article claimed, before adding, “But the calendar, on the rise, is not the president’s friend.”

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The article continued, “Democrats acknowledge that some of the challenges facing the White House are largely outside the president’s purview. But in the absence of action, they want to see more fighting.”

Then he added the example of Biden not doing enough about reversing the Roe v. Wade stated that “Democrats are still waiting for Biden to unveil steps to protect abortion rights, months after it became clear that Roe v. Wade would be upended. Even modest victories are under new scrutiny.” The article also stated that arms control activists claim it “needs to do more” on the subject.

Once again, Politico reported how the White House claimed to see “encouraging signs on the political horizon” and that “the President is leading on the basis of values ​​that unite the vast majority of the country” – so claimed White House spokesman Andrew Bates.

But the report went straight back to the Democrats’ negative view of Biden. “But some Democrats fear that Biden remains trapped in an earlier era of political correctness and absolute loyalty to institutions and has been slow to recognize the existential threat felt by some of his supporters,” she wrote.

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She also claimed, “And it’s not just the left that loses faith in Biden’s theory of the issue — not to mention whether he has had enough time to realize it before it falls. Others across the political spectrum see Biden’s leadership strategy as, “inadequate.”

“They questioned how much discipline he would have consistently – and aggressively – brought a case against the Republicans,” Politico added.

Also, some Democrats have little confidence that Biden will be able to compete against Republicans in the upcoming midterm elections.

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