Australian TV Hosts Draw Apt Observation About President Biden

A group of television hosts from Australia ridiculed Old Uncle Joe in an interview that hit the airwaves on Friday, drawing a comparison of Biden to a dementia patient.

“Speaking about people who are not quite up to the job, I wanna talk about the leader of the free world,” stated Chris Kenny, a host for Sky News, seemingly in reference to Old Uncle Joe apparently trying to shake hands with thin air once he finished his speech in Greensboro, North Carolina this past Thursday.

Kenny named the scenario a “sad and pathetic scene.”

“The poor bloke is a bit vague at times,” he continues.

A co-host for Kenny highlighted that her “late grandmother had dementia,” highlighted, “I’m not diagnosing the bloke” before also stating that the behavior from Biden seemed “disturbing.”

“You don’t put someone that’s potentially vulnerable in that position,” she claimed. seemingly suggesting that Biden staffers should always have someone near him to help shuffle the president out of such awkward situations that he seemingly cannot handle.

“He’s turned around and shaking hands with thin air,” she stated.

“Sad isn’t it, sad indeed,” stated Kenny.

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The president was very widely mocked near the first of the month in the wake of videos from a White House event that showed what seemed to be him being ignored by the attendees as everyone focussed on former President Barack Obama.

Polling results that were put forth this past Wednesday by both Quiinniiax and CNBC discovered that the approval ratings for the president have dropped to the lowest level of his already poorly received presidency thus far. These dreadful approval ratings are caused by American concerns about the escalating inflation, the tanking economy, and the president’s odd response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

The poll from CNBC discovered that almost 47% of the people who responded stated that the economy was in “poor” condition while another 35% stated it was “only fair” in condition, 15% stated that the economy was “good,” and a sad 2% somehow claimed it was “excellent.”

A solid 43% of those polled by CNBC stated that the economy would get far worse in the next year, 26% said it would “stay about the same,’ and 26% said that it would “get better.” a massive 56% claimed there would be a recession in the next year, compared to the 29% who said there would not be one.

The poll from Quinnipiac discovered that Biden’s overall approval rating fell to around 33%: 54% of Americans disprove the president’s handling of his job, while 13% did not offer an opinion

“Biden’s 33 percent job approval ties the low that he received in a Quinnipiac University poll on January 12, 2022 when his job approval rating was a negative 33 – 53 percent,” said the polling information, highlighting that “thirty-nine percent of Americans approve of President Joe Biden’s handling of the response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, while 48 percent disapprove.”

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