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Biden jokes he may not return from Spain as approval ratings plummet

Biden jokes he may not return from Spain as approval ratings plummet

Is it truly kidding though?

President Biden joked on Tuesday that he may not return from Spain as the average approval rating hit an all-time low amid Worst inflation since 1981 And the Standard gas prices.

Biden made the statement to Spanish King Philip VI, apparently in an attempt to complement the beauty of the Royal Palace in Madrid.

‚ÄúThere is an old expression in a small town in Delaware called Claymont, Del, which is a small town of steel. And they say, ‘We are like poor relatives.

At home, Biden’s approval rating averaged a record low of 38.8%, with 56.9% of Americans disapproving of his performance, to me RealClearPolitics. Former President Donald Trump’s approval rating was 43.3% in the same period of his presidency.

Despite being elected president in 2020 with the most votes in US history, Biden’s popularity waned during last August’s chaotic withdrawal from Afghanistan and remained low, denting Democrats’ hopes of defeating Republicans in November’s congressional elections.

The majority of media polls show that President Joe Biden has, on average, less than 45 percent approval ratings.
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A RealClear Politics poll showed President Joe Biden's approval rating dropping to 38.8%.
A RealClearPolitics poll showed President Joe Biden’s approval rating dropping to 38.8%.
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President Joe Biden meets Spain's King Felipe VI and the Spanish delegation at the Royal Palace in Madrid, Tuesday, June 28, 2022.
President Joe Biden referred to the small town of Clemente, Delaware, as he spoke with Spanish King Felipe VI.
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Spain's King Felipe VI receives President Joe Biden at the Royal Palace in Madrid, Spain.
Spain’s King Felipe VI receives President Joe Biden at the Royal Palace in Madrid, Spain.
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US President Joe Biden speaks as he meets with Spain's King Felipe VI at the Royal Palace before the NATO summit in Madrid, Spain, June 28, 2022.
Republicans have criticized President Joe Biden for allowing a fatal smuggling incident to take place in San Antonio, Texas.
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Biden, who mistakenly referred to Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez as the country’s “president” while addressing the king, faces public anger over economic problems as well as discontent over a host of other issues including a four-decade rise in violent crime and illegal immigration. According to opinion polls.

a Reuters/Ipsos Poll A report released last week found that Biden had only 36% approval overall, with 34% of people rated the economy as their biggest concern, followed by 10% who said crime and 6% each citing immigration, the environment and inequality.

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a Politico/Morning Consult . Poll Also, released last week, Biden was found to have a 42% approval rating, but a 32% lower approval rating for his handling of the economy.

Spain's King Felipe VI laughs at an obvious joke from President Joe Biden.
Spain’s King Felipe VI laughs at an obvious joke from President Joe Biden.
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US President Joe Biden, left, and Spanish King Felipe climb the stairs of the Royal Palace in Madrid, Spain, Tuesday, June 28, 2022. NATO heads of state will meet at the NATO summit in Madrid from Tuesday to Thursday.
President Joe Biden has reportedly tried to compliment the royal palace in Madrid, Spain.
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Progressive Democrats have criticized President Joe Biden for not doing enough to protect abortion rights in the wake of the Supreme Court’s overturning of the decision.
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US President Joe Biden (L) and Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez hold a press conference after a meeting at La Moncloa Palace in Madrid, on the sidelines of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) summit on June 28, 2022.
President Joe Biden and Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez hold a press conference at La Moncloa Palace in Madrid, Spain on June 28, 2022.
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Biden is attending a meeting of NATO leaders in Madrid to discuss efforts to arm Ukraine to fight the more than four-month-old Russian invasion. He arrived in Spain on Tuesday after attending the G7 summit in Germany.