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MASSIVE WIN FOR REPUBLICANS: As Governors Are Asked To Grade Joe Biden As A President; The Grades Are Not Inspiring For Biden

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It has been reported by Fox that Governors from across the United States gave President Biden a “failing” or “poor” review, and a “generous” D when asked to grade his White House performance, citing a lack of communication, inflation and the botched withdrawal from Afghanistan.

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“I think this is a failing administration, and I think it’s a real shame,” Gov. Doug Ducey, R-Ariz., told Fox News Digital at the National Governors Association (NGA) winter meeting in Washington, D.C.

Gov. Greg Gianforte, R-Mont., labeled Biden’s performance as simply an “F.”

“I’m going to give the Biden administration a solid D,” Gov. Chris Sununu, R-N.H., said. “And I’m trying to be generous there.”

Gov. Asa Hutchinson, R-Ark., said he would not give Biden a letter grade, but “in terms of effectiveness, it’s been poor on effectiveness.” 

“Whether you talk about border security, whether you talk about Afghanistan withdrawal, whether you talk about the inflation challenges we have, all of those areas the grade is poor,” Hutchinson said. 

Their comments came as Biden’s approval rating hovers just above 40% due to voter concerns on rising inflation, foreign policy blunders, and other issues.

Several governors Fox News Digital spoke to cited Biden’s lack of communication with state executives as part of the reason for their low grades. 

“Their communication is just terrible,” Sununu said. “And from a leadership perspective, communication is everything. Communication builds public confidence and builds transparency.”

“I sure as heck did not vote in support of President Biden when he was running for office, but there was an expectation with a lot of those independents in America that said, ‘well, I’m hoping he will use his relationships, reach across the aisle, build consensus, find some way to get Republicans’ voice in there … not come in with an authoritarian approach … make it a one-size-fits-all,” Sununu continued.  

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