As the country faces mounting challenges, concerns are growing about Joe Biden’s ability to lead. At 80 years old, the president is showing signs of his age, which are starting to affect his governance.
From rising inflation to the border crisis and foreign threats, it seems like the problems are only getting worse under the Biden administration. The country is more politically divided than ever before, and the culture war rages on.
What’s even more concerning is that Biden’s own party is starting to doubt his leadership. Robert F. Kennedy Jr., a member of the Democratic Party, has announced his candidacy for the 2024 Democratic nomination, and he’s off to a strong start.
A recent USA Today poll found that Kennedy has the support of 14% of voters who backed President Joe Biden in 2020, while Biden’s support among his own voters is slipping, with only 67% expressing their intention to back him for the nomination over his current contenders.
These poll results underscore Biden’s potential vulnerability to a more mainstream challenger for the Democratic nomination. While there hasn’t been a top challenger just yet, these findings suggest that there may be a risk of a third-party candidate posing a challenge to him in the general election.
Given the current state of the union, it’s no surprise that Americans are concerned about the future of the country. With Biden’s age and declining leadership abilities, it’s time for Democrats to start considering other candidates who can lead the country out of the current crisis.