Biden Has ‘Big Problems’

( – President Joe Biden’s reelection bid is becoming increasingly problematic on multiple fronts as he faces growing public concerns over his age and health, potential internal Democrat competition, and dwindling support among key demographics, a conservative pundit has revealed.

On a recent episode of “Jesse Watters Primetime,” former Senate Judiciary Committee Adviser Garret Ventry discussed the significant challenges facing President Joe Biden’s campaign as the 2024 election approaches.

Speaking to Fox News guest host Will Cain, Ventry highlighted a growing sentiment among Democrats and the general American populace regarding their reluctance to support Biden for another term.

He noted that this apprehension extends beyond the Republican Party and includes concerns from Democrats about Biden’s age and mental capacity to perform presidential duties effectively.

Ventry emphasized the widespread dissatisfaction with Biden’s performance in critical areas such as foreign policy, inflation, border security, and crime management.

“And again, this isn’t just Republicans saying this. This is Democrats who are worried about his age. They’re concerned about his mental ability to do the job, and you can’t find an issue that Joe Biden has tried to solve that has worked well for him right now,” he said.

He also pointed out the potential challenge posed by Democratic California Governor Gavin Newsom, who has recently engaged in activities that might be interpreted as preparation for a presidential bid, including a visit to Communist China and a meeting with Chinese leader Xi Jinping.

Ventry further observed that recent polls indicate former President Donald Trump is leading Biden considerably, especially in swing states.

He noted a shift in demographics traditionally supportive of the Democratic Party, including “black voters, Hispanic voters, young people, suburban women,” who are now increasingly leaning towards Trump as the next election draws near.

“So they have big problems going into the general election with Joe Biden, so that’s going to be very tough for them to do. I think you will see calls to replace him,” Ventry said.

Cain added to the discussion by noting that for many voters, Biden was initially a “protest vote against Donald Trump.”

The conversation concluded with an acknowledgment of Biden’s persistently low job approval ratings throughout his term, underscoring the challenges he faces due to public dissatisfaction with his handling of major issues such as the economy and crime.

The discussion highlighted the considerable lead Trump holds over Biden in recent polls.