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Democratic strategist delivers brutally honest verdict on Biden’s re-election hopes as party faithful finally admit Joe’s biggest problem is Joe.

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Democratic strategist delivers brutally honest verdict on Biden's re-election hopes as party faithful finally admit Joe's biggest problem is Joe.

A Democratic political strategist is confirming what many believe is the biggest problem with Joe Biden’s re-election campaign: Joe Biden.

The president, a week before the surprise first debate against Donald Trump, continues to struggle in the polls, often trailing nationally and in key states.

The worst thing for Biden is that the Democratic senators who will defend their seats in November are ahead of Biden and even comfortably ahead of his Republican opponent.

Yet in the same polls, Biden, always prone to gaffes, is either barely ahead or well behind his longtime rival.

Strategist Neil Oxman says poll numbers show the culprit is that the president is the negative factor for Democrats.

A Democratic political strategist confirms what many believe is the biggest problem with Joe Biden’s re-election campaign: Joe Biden

The Democratic senators defending their seats this November are ahead of Biden and even comfortably ahead of his Republican opponent.

The Democratic senators defending their seats this November are ahead of Biden and even comfortably ahead of his Republican opponent.

“Democrats are excited about trying to win the Senate and the House, but they’re not excited about Biden being re-elected,” he said. political.

In a major development, hardcore Democrats are reportedly finally realizing that the problem with Biden is Biden.

In Ohio, where Democrats have not won a presidential race since the days of Barack Obama, veteran Democratic Sen. Sherrod Brown is staying afloat.

A Marist poll showed that Republican leader Bernie Moreno, 71, is five points ahead in his quest for a fourth term.

That same poll shows President Biden trailing Donald Trump by seven points, a 12-point swing that suggests Biden is losing independents who are willing to vote for a Democrat.

“There is a disconnect between the successes we are having locally and on specials, and the environments we are experiencing at and near the top of the list,” said Steve Israel, former congressman and president of the DCCC.

More worrying might be the same disconnect in states that Biden barely won in 2020 to wrest the presidency from Trump.

In Pennsylvania, another Marist poll shows that moderate Democratic Senator Bob Casey leads his rival David McCormick by six points.

In that same poll, Biden is losing to Trump by two points, a loss that could change the entire election.

Biden's age and often curious behavior, such as his intense face-to-face meeting with Pope Francis last week, have voters questioning his stability.

Biden’s age and often curious behavior, such as his intense face-to-face meeting with Pope Francis last week, have voters questioning his stability.

Biden leads a head-to-head race against Trump in Wisconsin by two points, but if you factor in third-party candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and others, it’s a close race.

The same poll shows Tammy Baldwin leading likely Republican challenger Eric Hovde by a whopping nine points.

“It will take a lot of time and effort to reach voters who are going to decide the election and who aren’t already paying attention,” Biden campaign spokeswoman Mia Ehrenberg said in a statement.

“And the Biden-Harris campaign is doing the disciplined, persistent, long-term work needed to get there.”

However, factors such as Biden’s age, perceived competence and policies make many doubt he is ready for the race.

“You can’t ignore the truth and that people have concerns about their stage of life,” said former third-party candidate Dean Phillips, who still supports Biden.

“I would say it’s time to focus on that, be self-critical and start focusing on what people really care about a lot, which is economic security and personal security,” he added.

Democrats like Tom Suozzi in Long Island won a special election by beating Biden in his district.

Senator Sherrod Brown

Senator Bob Casey

Democratic Senators Sherrod Brown of Ohio (pictured left) and Bob Casey of Pennsylvania (pictured right) lead the same polls that show Joe Biden trailing in their states.

Strategist Neil Oxman says poll numbers show the culprit is that the president is the negative factor for Democrats.

Strategist Neil Oxman says poll numbers show the culprit is that the president is the negative factor for Democrats.

Michael Kripchak lost by less than 10 points and led Biden by 20 in his special election race in Ohio last week.

Kripchak, who is running again in the traditional November election for the seat, believes Trump’s appeal is not a matter of character, but rather whether his base believes he will work for them.

‘People on the right don’t admire Trump at all. They admire the strength he puts out there. These people think he is fighting for them. Because? Because he is an excellent salesman,’ he stated.

He seems to think that President Biden could learn a thing or two from how Trump represents his voters and how he acts on policy.

‘Imagine if someone like Biden actually did things to help people and then spread that strong image. Good? That’s the combination we need,” said Kripchak, who will run again in November.

The president has faced criticism from the media and his opponent Trump for a series of recent blunders.

Biden froze during an event to mark D-Day in France earlier this month and then in Italy while attending the G-7 Summit.

Back in the United States, another freezing incident occurred during a campaign event when former President Barack Obama was forced to guide the current President off the stage.

Obama grabs Biden's arm when he freezes at an event

Obama leads his former vice president on stage after freezing

Former President Barack Obama had to grab Biden by the arm and drag him off stage when he froze during a fundraiser in Los Angeles on June 15.

That same week, Biden froze again during a ceremony celebrating Juneteenth before delivering a speech in which his words became garbled beyond the point of comprehension.

Trump harshly criticized Biden for looking worse than ever at a recent campaign rally.

‘Crooked Joe and his handlers insist he is sneakier than ever and say the videos of Crooked Joe shuffling are pure fakes. Do you know what a clean fake is? “They are edited in a misleading way,” Trump said.

“They say they are edited in a misleading way,” he continued. ‘All the mistakes he’s made every day. He can’t go anywhere without making a mistake.

The recent incidents have raised even more questions about Biden and his age and fitness for office.

“It seemed like he didn’t know where the hell he was, but he didn’t know where he was. Now he’s blaming AI. He’s saying it’s AI. He doesn’t know what AI is, but that’s fine,” Trump said.

‘They are saying that the media is manipulating. Oh, are you saying the media is manipulating now? In that I have to defend the media,” the former president laughed.

“He said the media constantly manipulates photographs of him without knowing where the hell he is. They are doing just the opposite to make themselves look better.”

Pictured: Joe Biden, Dough Ehmoff, Kamala Harris, Philonise Floyd, Keeta Floyd. Biden sparks concern when he appears to freeze during the Juneteenth celebration concert at the White House alongside a dancing Kamala Harris, before Floyd, brother of the late George Floyd, puts his arm around him.

Pictured: Joe Biden, Dough Ehmoff, Kamala Harris, Philonise Floyd, Keeta Floyd. Biden sparks concern when he appears to freeze during the Juneteenth celebration concert at the White House alongside a dancing Kamala Harris, before Floyd, brother of the late George Floyd, puts his arm around him.

White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said during a news conference when asked about the recent spike in Biden freezes: “This tells you everything we need to know about how desperate Republicans are here. “.

“And instead of talking about the president’s performance in office, and what I mean by that is his legislative victories, what he’s been able to do for the American people across the country, we’re seeing these deepfakes, these doctored videos.” she said.

“And, once again, it has been done in bad faith.”

Biden’s team claims that the multiple embarrassing videos that have emerged in the president’s final weeks are simply “fake” or edited to make him look bad.

The president received some good news in the polls on Thursday, as a Fox News poll showed him leading Trump by two points.

TO Fox News poll, The report, released Wednesday, showed that 50% of respondents said they would vote for Biden in November, while 48% would vote for Trump.

It’s a one-point improvement for Biden in the poll from last month’s numbers, where Trump led by one point.

Biden received the support of 73% of black voters. The poll also showed that almost all supporters remained loyal, as 95% of Democrats have shown support for Biden, while 95% of Republicans back Trump.

The poll could show the impact of Trump’s recent felony charges earlier this month, after he was found guilty of all 34 charges in a hush money trial, making Trump the first U.S. president. in being condemned.

However, the FiveThirtyEight polling average still shows Biden trailing by less than one point.

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