John McLaughlin: Media is still being kind to Biden despite Kabul calamity
Trump 2020 pollsters note focus groups consider Biden’s withdrawal as ‘a surrender’
John McLaughlin and Robert Cahaly weigh in on Biden’s leadership polling: ‘his numbers are taking a hit’
President Biden has been facing tough criticism over his administration’s handling of the U.S. troop withdrawal from Afghanistan. John McLaughlin, a Trump 2020 pollster, was on “The Ingraham Angle” on Thursday night to discuss Kabul’s deleterious effect on his presidency.
BIDEN CONTINUES BUNKER STRATEGY AFTER ABC INTERVIEW
JOHN McLAUGHLIN on Biden’s approval: “Oh absolutely, and it’s been it already started sliding in May and June because of the economy and people thought it was going to get worse instead of better for the first time all year and we found that out in our monthly polling, but I’ll tell you what we’re finding in focus groups is people do not think this is a withdrawal from Afghanistan people think this is a surrender. So this is like the media is still being kind to Biden and calling this a surrender because he’s still getting good coverage from a lot of the corporate leftwing media but let me tell you his numbers are taking a hit and 62% of the voters that we asked before he gave up Afghanistan think that he’s not going to finish the term. They think Kamala Harris is going to be president within four years. So they already had doubts about his stamina and capacity and his ability to just serve four years.”
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