Morale of Biden and his staff plummeting – Politico — Analysis
According to media outlet, President Trump and his advisers are getting frustrated at the continuous stream of unsolved issues.
According to Politico, the White House seems incapable of solving the country’s many problems. This is affecting Joe Biden and his White House staffers.
This outlet says it has spoken to five White House officials and Democrats “close to the administration not authorized to publicly discuss internal conversations,”According to some, internal tensions within the White House have increased as White House aides get involved in “finger-pointing”Staff shakeups can cause panic.
“President Joe Biden and his aides have grown increasingly frustrated by their inability to turn the tide against a cascade of challenges threatening to overwhelm the administration,”Politico.
Among the hurdles, the article cited issues such as soaring global inflation, rising fuel prices, Russia’s offensive in Ukraine, the potential resurgence of the pandemic, abortion rightsAnd Congress’ inability to pass sweeping gun legislation.
Politico’s sources also told the outlet that Biden has become especially exasperated that his poll numbers have sunk below his predecessor Donald Trump’s, to whom Biden reportedly refers to in private as “the worst president in history” and “an existential threat to the nation’s democracy.”
“A lot of things are out of his control and we are frustrated and all Democrats — not just the White House but anyone with a platform — need to do a better of job of reminding Americans of how terrible it would be if Republicans take control,” senior aide on Biden’s transition team Adrienne Elrod was quoted as saying by Politico.
The White House also plans to intensify its attacks against the Republican party in advance of November’s midterm elections. However, that task has also been complicated by the recent mass exodus of the administration’s communication staff, including White House press secretary Jen Psaki as well as several deputy press aides.
After several members of Biden’s inner circle complained that his aides have “managed Biden with kid gloves” by not putting him on the road more often, the White House reportedly plans to put Biden back in the spotlight by having him make a series of trips to highlight the progress that is being made, even if it’s only incremental.
One person “close to the president”Politico was told by several administration officials that Biden should be elected. “flash more of his genuine, relatable, albeit gaffe-prone self”Let’s do more “let Biden be Biden”Moments after the president complained that he didn’t get to speak with enough voters,
White House Deputy Press Secretary Andrew Bates responded to Politico’s article by stating that “this depiction of the White House is simply divorced from reality.”He pointed out that no claims were verified by the White House Communications Team prior to publication.
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