Farage humiliates Dem Senator over Biden’s slumping popularity ‘Not even a year in!’

Farage speaks to Democratic member on election re-run

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Nigel Farage hit out at a Democratic Senator over US president Joe Biden’s already waning popularity, suggesting that the threat of Donald Trump’s re-election in 2024 is looming large than ever. Mr Farage suggested President Biden has failed to deliver on his campaign pledges so far and showing signs of unpopularity among voters. The current president captured the White House at the third attempt, after coming up short in 1987 and 2007.

He dethroned Mr Trump in November 2020 but despite initial euphoria, American people have shown some disenchantment with the Democratic president in recent polls.

And although Farage empathised with the magnitude of President Biden’s intricate job, he picked up on a recent poll which suggested that he is already a fading force, with Mr Trump “storming back to popularity” and in the driving seat for an election re-run.

He told Democratic National Committee member Bob Mullholland on GB News: “We are not even a year in was really the point that I was making.

“I know there are pressures, I know it’s not easy.

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“What about this particular poll?

“And it’s been written up in Newsweek, suggesting that if it was Trump v Biden that Trump is now double digits ahead in some of those states that were decided by tens of thousands of votes either way.”

But Mr Mullholland, who supported Biden ahead of the 2020 US Presidential election, insisted that he is not “panicking” ahead of the next one in 2024 despite Mr Biden’s popularity having taken a precipitous slide.

He told Mr Farage: “Donald Trump was defeated by American people.

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“I think Trump was ultimately indicted for tax fraud. But Trump is involved and he’s raising money, he’s helped a lot of candidates, [but] some of those candidates don’t win.

“We will have the 2022 elections and most likely the democrats won’t prevail unless there is a big issue.

“But in 2024 the American people will have to decide. And I will see both sides, democrats and the republicans in the general election of 2024.

“But I am not panicked by politics.”

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President Trump was slammed among others for how he went about America’s racial disparities and the way he handled COVID-19 which he described as “Fake News Media is going full on Covid, Covid, Covid.”

The virus eventually claimed around 250,000 American lives and a further 9 million were infected.

Mr Trump’s failure to properly address the issue and not treating it as a real problem was one of the main reasons that cost him the presidency.

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