It’s hard to comprehend the fact that it still has not even been one full year since Joe Biden was inaugurated when considering all the embarrassments that his administration has endured.
Under Joe Biden, America is now seeing its worth inflation increase in 40 years, with some markets being at its highest inflation rates ever recorded, yet Biden and the radical left continue to push for trillions of dollars in reckless spending. The Biden admin also caused the shipping the crisis, and the truck driver shortages which has crippled Americans of supplies. Since Biden took office, gas prices have soared so quickly, Biden decided to use oil from our national strategic reserve that was filled under President trump (something the media refuses to give him credit for).
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America has also seen its worse Border crisis possibly in its history where there are millions of illegals pouring into our country including drug cartels and child sex traffickers. This could have been largely avoided if Biden didn’t reinstate “catch and release”, stop construction of the border wall, and attack the brave men and women of I.C.E. (U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement).
Of course the worst Biden Admin disaster was their disgraceful withdraw of Afghanistan leaving 13 US service members killed and allowed the Taliban in full control; thus, allowing other terror organizations to move right back in.
That all being said, there are still too many failures to list, and when compared to the accomplishments under the Trump administration where we saw record job growth numbers, record unemployment and workforce participation, energy independence, holding our adversaries and China accountable, renegotiating of NAFTA to the USMCA, strong border security with the southern border wall, strong military, and the list goes on, its easy to see who is better fit to lead our country.
According to FOX, Even Former Clinton adviser and pollster Mark Penn agrees that President Trump is in a better position than Biden as Biden falls short of the 40% support mark in the Democrat primary polls, whereas President Trump in the same poll was near 50% for GOP primary.