G. McConway
January 1, 2024

Biden New Year’s Resolution Raises Eyebrows

Joe Biden has spent nearly 40% of his time in office on vacation.

After returning from Camp David for an extended weekend for Christmas, Biden put less than 48 hours of work in before jetting off for yet another extended holiday to St. Croix in the Virgin Islands.

When Biden was asked about his New Year’s resolution, he responded, “To come back next year.”

Getting Those Freebies

If reports are accurate, Biden is once again getting a freebie vacation from one of his rich donor buddies.

The online responses to Biden’s resolution were about as one would expect, with most of them being highly critical of Biden, and the conservative media was not much kinder to him.

That is to be expected with everything that is going on that is crushing the American people while the Biden administration continues to push debunked talking points, especially on the economy and jobs fronts.

Biden is currently getting crushed in polling, losing every battleground state he won in 2020 against Trump.

Worse yet for Biden is the fact that Trump is pulling away from him in national polling as well, which, if it holds, would hand Biden both an electoral and popular vote loss.

Trump is currently leading GOP primary polls by as much as 50 points nationally, as well as leading the polls in every early-voting state.

Trump currently has a 2-point lead over Biden in the J.L. Partners poll, a 2-point lead in the latest McLaughlin & Associates poll, and Trump and Biden are even in the latest YouGov/Economist poll.

Current polling for the general election is pretty useless, however, as both Biden and Trump have some major obstacles that will impact voting during the election.

For Biden, it is the economy and immigration. For Trump, it is obviously a federal conviction, where his numbers absolutely collapse.

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