Joe Biden has announced that he is “just starting out” when the US embassy finishes $ 1.2tn bipartisan bipartisan after months of controversy.
The US president has vowed to provide a $ 1.75tn package to set up social grants in the coming weeks.
But even scoring is very important legal success, Biden is struggling to revive his political career after voters criticized his party last week, leading to new doubts about the effectiveness of his leadership.
Republicans on Tuesday retaliated against the Virginia administration for not being able to, in addition to demonstrating strong GOP protests in local and regional elections, sent shockwaves through the presidential party. New Jersey Democratic candidate – Biden government won 16 points last year – he found victory.
Now, a party that has been divided over the course of several months on the contents of their twin-spend-money bills and social security is facing another controversy – this is whether the president has failed to deliver on his progress, or because of progress. preventing many voters.
Abigail Spanberger, a spokeswoman for the Democratic Alliance in Virginia, made headlines this week when she criticized the President for misjudging what people had put him to do.
“No one chose him to be the FDR, they chose him to be normal and to prevent chaos,” Spanberger told the New York Times, referring to Franklin D Roosevelt, a democratically elected president of the 1930s and 1940s whose domestic reforms also changed. US steel.
When asked about the woman’s statement, Biden told reporters on Saturday: “I don’t want to be anyone but Joe Biden. That’s who I am.”
Presidential approval has been in place for several months. Emergency bells began ringing in August for Democrats, as concerns about Covid-19, concerns over rising prices and the suspension of Congress were exacerbated by the Afghan turmoil. Ake noise levels have dropped to the lowest level of recent president except for Donald Trump.
Since then, Biden’s ratings have dropped dramatically – up to 42 percent in October compared to 57 percent when he swore, according to Gallup – as his failure to force his party to join his party has led to frustration and disunity among voters.
Some commentators say that even though Democrats are just looking at what they have lost, they have ignored the many problems among voters, such as rising prices. The most recent figures show consumer prices rise by nearly 13 years, with CPI rising 5.4 percent in September compared to the previous year – and Republicans say Biden’s spending cuts could lead to higher prices.
“[Democrats] it was not in line with the warnings that this was a lot of money and could be expensive, “said Charlie Sykes, a critic of Trump Republican who is the editor-in-chief of The Bulwark.” I think this surprised them when it shouldn’t. People always love free stuff. . . until they think it might be more. ”
The Virginia and other results have revived memories of the early years in office for fellow Democrats Bill Clinton and Barack Obama, who suffered from sharp whips followed by a major defeat in the midterm elections in later years.
Democrats believe that the US President should be strong and effective in mobilizing his party to join Capitol Hill, sell its targets to the US people, and prevent Republican violence.
Biden, a longtime lawyer who has spent more than 30 years in the Senate, took part in an 11-hour debate to defend the construction deal at the end of Friday, calling on progressive lawmakers to file a lawsuit. The president said on Saturday that he would begin touring the country to sell to Americans according to a construction bill this week.
“The Democratic Party’s rhetoric, which is well-known, is being hit with weapons and opposition,” said Kurt Bardella, a former Republican aide who has changed parties and now advises the Democratic National Committee and the Democratic DRM Campaign Committee. “There must be a complete, unambiguous response to this.”
Meanwhile, the White House has said the inefficiency of Democrats and Americans outraged by the growing epidemic, as well as economic issues such as rising fuel prices – is a major disappointment rather than a bid for Biden’s policies or politics.
Bob Shrum, a former Democratic political scientist at the University of Southern California, says the situation could be resolved by next year. “There is an opportunity for public opinion to be more positive. What matters is where we are in the economy, where we are in Covid, where we are in inflation,” he said.
But it could take time to change this misconception if Biden’s vote is a guide. A CNBC poll in October showed that voters did not approve of Biden’s economic performance by 14 percent, compared to a 5 percent decline in July.
“The big issue is that of Americans who are experiencing financial hardship and whose concerns are undermining the views of the ruling party,” said Jay Campbell, a Democratic analyst.
Tom Daschle, a former leader of the Democratic Senate, said Biden had realized that even the White House had “little” to support such groups.
“I think the fatigue I’ve been experiencing across the country is as great as I’ve seen, I think, in memory,” he said. “You can bring people to the Oval Office, you can use the radio, you can attract, plead, but at the end of the day there are a lot of tools in the box.”