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Obama thinks Biden and “Democrats could very well lose”

Biden and Democrats could very well lose

Obama thinks Biden and Democrats could very well lose. President Biden’s friend, former President Barack Obama, seems a bit worried about the next election, according to a recent report.

The report says that “Obama is concerned that Republicans, led by Donald Trump, might win the next presidential race in 2024.”

Reportedly, based on someone “familiar with his [Obama’s] thinking,” says Obama believes the election will be close, and there’s a chance that Democrats might lose.

Additionally, he’s worried about what he sees as a potential threat to democracy if a Republican, particularly someone he views as “pretty dangerous,” were to win.

Reacting to this news on “Outnumbered,” anchor Bill Hemmer thinks it’s too early to make predictions about the 2024 election. He also believes that the Obamas will support Biden strongly later on.

“Biden’s approval ratings are slipping, but it’s too early to say anything for sure,” Hemmer commented on the current situation.

Obama’s concerns come at a time when President Biden’s approval ratings are not doing well, and his poll numbers against possible Republican candidates are slipping.

A recent poll showed that 57% of registered voters disapprove of Biden’s performance, while only 43% approve. Other Fox polls indicate that Biden is trailing behind top Republican contenders like Donald Trump and former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley. Haley has the largest lead, with a six-point gap.

Biden is four percentage points behind Trump and tied with Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, who is also a top contender for the Republican nomination.

Adding to Biden’s worries, a Monmouth University poll released recently revealed that his approval has dropped to its lowest point at 34%, with a disapproval rate of 61%.

Apart from these poll concerns, Biden is facing challenges within his own party. Some Democrats are not happy with how he handled the Israel-Hamas conflict, and many Americans are worried about the state of the economy. There are also concerns about Biden’s age and whether he’s fit for a second term.

Fox News contributor Tammy Bruce mentioned the growing trend of people, including independents, leaning towards Trump. She compared it to 2016 when, despite Hillary Clinton being ahead in polls, independents moved to Trump, ultimately leading to his victory.

“The future seems cloudy, and people are making decisions carefully. The usual details might not matter as much,” Bruce commented on the current political climate.

Tomi Lahren, host of OutKick, emphasized the importance of Barack Obama’s support for Biden. She called Obama a “kingmaker” within the Democratic Party, much like how former President Trump influences Republicans.

“The support from Obama might be more crucial than we think,” said Lahren, questioning whether Biden could lose support amid the ongoing House impeachment inquiry and the latest indictment of his son, Hunter.

In simple terms, here’s what’s going on: Former President Obama is worried that Democrats might lose the next election to Republicans, especially if someone like Donald Trump runs again.

Biden’s approval ratings are not looking good, and he’s not doing well in polls against potential Republican candidates. Some Democrats are also not happy with how Biden is handling certain issues. Overall, there’s uncertainty about what will happen in the next election, and Obama’s concerns highlight the challenges the Democrats might face.


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