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Politico rallies behind it President Bidensuggesting that legislative progress may be reversed around his faltering presidency.
In a report titled “Biden Enters ‘Always Be Closed’ Phase of His First Term“ Politico marveled that “somehow, somehow, Joe Biden is back in the game.”
“After enduring a grueling year dominated by economic anxiety, legislative setbacks, and low approval ratings, the president is suddenly on the cusp of a transformation that the White House believes could save his summer — and change the course of his presidency,” Politico wrote Thursday.
The report highlighted the surprise deal on A Climate and tax bill That was hit among Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, DN.Y. and Senator Joe Manchin, DWV, who has long been accused by the progressive base of disrupting Biden’s agenda.
“With an agreement in hand, the White House is now expected to play an even more important role in persuading the handful of Democrats remaining to achieve the victory ahead,” Politico wrote.
Although there is new optimism among Democrats in the capital, it is still unknown if the bill will move to the president’s office because it will need the support of Senator Kirsten Senema, D-Arizona, who has so far been silent about its support. Huge spending bill.
However, paragraph 26 of the Politico report is buried in noting that the US economy has suffered consecutively from consecutive quarters of negative GDP growth, which has long been an indicator of recession.
In addition, Biden has been heavily criticized in polls, averaging just 38% approval among Americans according to RealClearPolitics with recent polls showing that a majority of Democrats do not want him to seek re-election in 2024.
The President was also in his wake as inflation and rising gas prices continued to affect American households, the lingering COVID pandemic, an increase in monkeypox, the immigration crisis on the southern border as well as the federal investigations into his son, Hunter Biden.
Critics criticized Politico for displaying such optimistic style on behalf of the embattled president.
Byron York, the Washington Examiner reporter and Fox News contributor, responded: “On the day the nation slips into recession, on top of rising inflation under the president — well, you can’t buy coverage like that.”
“Did someone out there get some money or a big promotion for this? I mean… huh???? Redstate Deputy Managing Editor Kyra Davis exclaimed.
Steve Just, an adviser to Republican Senator Ted Cruz, rebuked Politico, saying, “This is not journalism. This is partisan encouragement.”
“Three reporters on the front line for this story that Ron Klein could have written alone,” Washington Free Beacon correspondent Chuck Ross wrote on Twitter, referring to the White House chief of staff.
Attorney Harmet Dillon hit the outlet: “The guys…looked like someone had hacked Politico and replaced their usually blunt coverage with a satirical article. SMH.”
Conservative commentator Zachary Faria wrote, “The ‘Did Joe Biden Finally Change It’ stories are the Democratic president’s version of ‘Walls Finally Approaching Trump’.”
“Yes, why do Republicans choose not to talk to these people anymore. There’s a big mystery out there,” said Stephen L. Miller, Versus Media podcast host.