The real challenge for Biden and the Democratic Party is to admit that he has devoted his career to being one of that 10 to 15%. Hey Fat, Let's shoot them in the legs instead of the heart:
Overall 38% approve of the way Trump is handling the presidency, while 57% disapprove. That's his worst approval rating since January 2019, and roughly on par with approval ratings for Jimmy Carter and George H.W. Bush at this point in their reelection years. Both went on to lose the presidency after one term.
In the race for the White House, among registered voters, Trump stands 14 points behind Biden, who officially secured enough delegates to win the Democratic nomination in CNN's delegate estimate on Saturday. The 41% who say they back the President is the lowest in CNN's tracking on this question back to April 2019, and Biden's 55% support is his highest mark yet.
Just as well he got the delegates first, it would seem.I was kinda hoping it would be Georgia that put him over the top (our primary is Tuesday), but it was Guam. Good for them.
Local news has lots of stories about voting problems, although 1.4 million people did absentee ballots already. That's 2/3 as many people as voted in total in the 2016 primary. Normally absentees are like 1/8 of the total. Although the polls officially close at 7pm, anyone in line by then can still vote, which means some polling places will stay open several hours more. It will be late tonight before the vote results are in.Just as well he got the delegates first, it would seem.
I hope this is the Republicans tipping their hand too early so that steps can be taken to counter this for November.
What you wanna do in politics is pick a slogan that is guaranteed to 100% energize the opposition and even scare the pee out of some of your supporters.As usual, on the wrong side of the issue and has to "evolve."
As gruesome videos and energetic protests reshape public opinion about racial discrimination, Joe Biden tried to balance protesters’ calls for a law enforcement overhaul while not alienating moderate voters.www.nytimes.com