Steve Forbes Blasts Joe Biden’s Presidency

Steve Forbes Blasts President Biden’s Presidency

( – On the day of President Biden’s official announcement to run for re-election in 2024, many critics came out to oppose a second term for the 46th President, including the editor-in-chief of Forbes Magazine, Steve Forbes. Once a presidential candidate himself, Forbes held nothing back when criticizing the job that President Biden has done since taking office in 2021. Forbes asked Larry Kudlow on Fox Business what President Biden has delivered during his years in office, answering himself by stating “More misery, foreign policy disasters, people with no faith in the future.”

Forbes also critiqued the video that President Biden released, calling out the drab tone of the music and the way the video was focused on past events instead of looking toward the future. He believes that Republicans can capitalize on the failure of his message by taking a positive approach to countering President Biden, like what President Ronald Reagan did during his campaign. Forbes highlighted several topics that Republicans could take on, including rolling back several of the regulations that President Biden has put into place, putting Americans back to work, strengthening our defense to maintain freedom, and offering tax cuts that could put more money in the pockets of Americans.

A recent AP/NORC poll showed that 73% of Americans, including 47% of Democrats, do not want President Biden to run for re-election. Although it was initially rumored that he would possibly not announce his campaign until the fall, ultimately his announcement came just six days after his newest opponent, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. made his official announcement to challenge President Biden in 2024. Kennedy has already grasped 14% of Democrats that say they would vote for him.

On April 26th, 2023, President Biden held his first press conference since his announcement, jointly addressing the public alongside President Yoon Suk-yeol of South Korea and taking pre-planned questions from the White House press corps.

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