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Two MORE Biden Officials Have Announced They Are LEAVING The White House…

The Biden administration has been rocked by the departure of several high-profile officials, including the chief of staff, communications director, and a senior adviser for communications.

Remi Yamamoto, a loyal and capable official who served as senior adviser for communications to White House chief of staff Ron Klain, is the latest to depart from the Biden administration, leaving many to question the stability of the White House. While President Biden praised Yamamoto’s work ethic and good humor, the string of departures has raised concerns among some observers about the effectiveness of the administration.

The departure of Kate Bedingfield, the White House Communications Director, was also notable for the way it highlighted the contrast between the Biden and Trump administrations. Bedingfield took a swipe at former President Donald Trump, who had referred to her as one of President Biden’s “killers”. This kind of rhetoric was typical of the Trump administration, which was known for its combative style and disregard for traditional norms and values. In contrast, the Biden administration has emphasized the importance of unity, stability, and competence.

The departures of these officials come at a time when the Biden administration is facing a range of challenges, including rising inflation, supply chain disruptions, and concerns about the economy.

Additionally, a recent poll found that a majority of registered voters believe Biden is “too old for another term” in office, with almost seven out of ten voters admitting that the 80-year-old president’s age is a problem for them.

Even worse, the poll shows more Democrats agree with that assessment, with roughly 48% of Democrat voters saying Biden’s age is an issue.

These concerns about Biden’s age are not new, but they have been exacerbated by his recent string of gaffes and missteps. Many voters are concerned that he is not up to the task of leading the country, especially given the current challenges facing the nation. While Biden has touted his legislative victories and ability to govern, the poll suggests relatively few Americans give him high marks on either.

Despite these concerns, Biden has said he intends to run for re-election but has yet to make any formal announcements.

Given the challenges, he is facing and the doubts about his ability to lead, it remains to be seen whether he will be able to rally the support he needs to win a second term in office. The departure of key officials from the White House only adds to the uncertainty and instability surrounding his presidency.

Sources: ConservativeBrief, Washington Examiner, Yahoo News/YouGov poll, New York Post, AP



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