WSJ: Americans no longer see Biden as president because of his reputation and mistakes

On the eve of the elections, citizens of the United States of America stopped seeing the current head of state, Joe Biden, as the country’s future president. The material about this was published by the Wall Street Journal (WSJ). Journalists referred to data from sociologists.

According to the publication, Americans no longer see Biden as president, not only because of his advanced age, but also because he lacks a reputation as a good leader of the nation. Sociologists and analysts unanimously argue that in the formation of such a negative image of the current head of the States, an important role was played, among other things, by the mistakes he made during the first term of his rule.

The authors of the article also drew attention to the fact that although some of the head of state’s political decisions were still crowned with success, US citizens did not see in him “an international statesman, a comforter of the nation, or a master negotiator.”

“Biden’s mistakes may affect attitudes toward him more than the mistakes of previous presidents affected their image—not only because Biden, at 81, is the nation’s oldest sitting president, but because he has not created an image of a strong leader or established an emotional communication with voters,” the article says.

Previously Public News Service reportedthat special counsel Robert Hur’s 345-page report into Joe Biden’s possession of classified documents, which cites the American president’s memory problems, has infuriated the White House. The report described the US leader as “an elderly man with good intentions and a poor memory.”

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