President Joe Biden got bad grades from some voters when it came to the answers given to reporters at the first formal press conference of his presidency.
Pollster Lee Carter joined “Fox & Friends” to reveal voters’ reactions to the president’s comments on the 2024 election, Republican state electoral laws, and other issues.
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While Democratic voters gave him an “A”, Biden received “F” from both Republican and independent voters for saying he “had no idea if there will be a Republican Party” in 2024 after being asked if he believed that he would meet Donald. Trump again in his reelection bid.
“It really set his message of unity on fire,” Carter said. ‘He says he’s a president for unity, and yet he says,’ I don’t even know if there’s a Republican party. He was completely dismissive of Donald Trump, made fun of him and I think that – it kind of came out, how people – how he really feels about the other side … he wasn’t doing well. “
The president’s comment about the GOP state’s voting laws that make “Jim Crow look like Jim Eagle” also fell flat on Carter’s dials with a “F” from the Republicans and a “D” from the independents.
“A lot of people just didn’t understand what he said,” Carter said. What does this actually mean? Like ‘Jim Eagle, who? “… It didn’t make sense to people.”
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Carter concluded that Biden’s general “antagonistic” tone towards Republicans is leading GOP voters to reject the president’s message to unite the country.
“They don’t believe he knows Republicans,” Carter said. “They don’t believe he’s reaching out.”