Biden must answer for his 'failed leadership': House GOP
Congresswoman Elise Stefanik said that American families can no longer afford Biden's "failed policies" and "far left agenda," noting that the GOP is working on providing checks and oversight on the Biden administration.
Republican Congresswoman Elise Stefanik said on Tuesday that President Joe Biden must answer for his failed leadership over the failure to address several issues that have tarnished his reputation as the 46th President of the United States.
Some of these include record-breaking inflation, the immigration crisis at the border, the national debt reaching over $30 trillion, and the failure to promptly address the situation with China following the accidental entry of a Chinese research balloon into US airspace
"Joe Biden must answer for his failed leadership, whether it's the border crisis continuing to rage at our southern border, crushing inflation and over $30 trillion in national debt, or a balloon from communist China entering into United States sovereign airspace, Joe Biden has caused a crisis in America," Stefanik said during a press conference on the US House Republican Agenda.
Tonight, Joe Biden must answer for his failed leadership, which has resulted in crisis after crisis for the American people.— Rep. Elise Stefanik (@RepStefanik) February 7, 2023
@HouseGOP will continue to hold the Biden Administration accountable and deliver on our promises to the American people. pic.twitter.com/x3vjhGyJeq
She further added that American families can no longer afford Biden's "failed policies" and "far left agenda," noting that the GOP is working on providing checks and oversight on the Biden administration as Republicans remain committed to the principles of freedom, the practice of government accountability, and to a strong economy.
"Republicans are working hard every day to hold the Biden administration accountable and deliver on our Commitment To America", she tweeted earlier today.
No matter what Joe Biden says in tonight’s #SOTU, the facts remain the same:— Elise Stefanik (@EliseStefanik) February 7, 2023
- Americans are worse off under the Biden administration
- Republicans are working hard every day to hold the Biden administration accountable and deliver on our #CommitmentToAmerica
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On February 6, a poll conducted by The Washington Post and ABC revealed that eligible voters are uninterested in the prospect of a White House run-off between President Biden and former President Trump.
More than half of voters from both Democrats and Republicans don't want either president to be their candidate in the 2024 US presidential election. According to the poll, 58% of Democrats and 49% of Republicans say they want another candidate.
Trump launched his campaign in November, and experts expect that he has to overcome strong opposition from within the party. Biden, on the other hand, has no concrete plans to run for re-election and no Democrats have said they plan to challenge him so far.
The poll numbers indicate that Trump will win with 48% against 45% for Biden, with a counting margin of error of 3.5%. Simultaneously, 42% of respondents approve Biden job's results, while 3% disapprove, including 42% who strongly disapprove.
With Biden's popularity rating remaining below 50% since June 2021, the poll captures a larger trend.
Some US media outlets have referred to these results as unexpected, and it seems that Biden's popularity has not increased despite the fact that the Democrats outperformed expectations in the November 2022 midterm elections.
Democrats defended the majority in Senate and fought a tough battle against the Republicans in the House.
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