Former President Donald Trump has a well-earned reputation for being a person who does not filter his thoughts, nor does he care for being coy or beating around the bush. It’s this brutal honesty, along with solid, America first policies, that his endeared him to so many people in the country.
Trump recently told Newsmax that the reason for President Joe Biden’s low poll numbers is because he’s done a “terrible” job. I don’t think many people would argue with this conclusion if you examine the last eight months of his presidency.
The former president listed off a number of failures by the administration, such as the Afghanistan troop withdrawal, the tanking economy, and the record number of illegals that have crossed the border during Biden’s time in office.
“When you look at Afghanistan during the withdrawal it was the most embarrassing thing in the history of our country, in my opinion,” Trump went on to say during an interview with John Bachman after Trump’s rally in Iowa Saturday, which was broadcast live by the network.
“And then you look at the border where hundreds of thousands of people every couple of weeks are coming into our country, we don’t know who they are; we don’t know, in most cases, where they come from. It’s a disgrace what’s happened to our country. Then inflation, and the economy, everything is bad. We’ve never had it like this,” Trump added.
According to the median of aggregate polls collected by FiveThirtyEight and updated on Oct. 10, Biden held an approval rating of 44.7% and a disapproval rating of 49%.
“He’s just doing a terrible job as president,” Trump stated bluntly.