Things are so bad for Joe Biden that even the liberal New York Times is turning on him.
Columnist Bret Stephens actually called Biden a failed president in a recent piece.
Stephens also suggested that Biden should announce that he will not run again.
FOX News has details:
‘Failing President’ Biden must announce he won’t ‘run for re-election’: New York Times column
New York Times columnist Bret Stephens accused President Biden of being a “failing president” who is so weak that the western world has been left effectively leaderless.
Pulling no punches, Stephens also advised that the “best thing” Biden could do is announce immediately that he will not run again in 2024.
The author began his blistering criticism of Biden by declaring that “the democratic world today is leaderless.” He brought up world leadership under the U.S. in the past to illustrate his point, writing, “Twenty-five years ago, we had the confident presences of Bill Clinton, Helmut Kohl and Tony Blair — and Alan Greenspan. Now we have a failing American president, a timorous German chancellor, a British prime minister about to skulk out of office in ignominy.”
“This is bad in normal times. It is catastrophic in bad ones,” Stephens added, before attacking Biden’s credibility on the world stage. He claimed Biden’s lack of leadership has put holes in U.S. “international credibility.” He mentioned how the withdrawal from Afghanistan “telegraphed incompetence and weakness” and dinged Biden’s handling of the Ukraine conflict…
Thus, according to the columnist, Biden might as well step aside in 2024 and let his party find new leadership that can handle the fraught moment he described.
Trump tried to warn people what would happen.
Biden's entire failed presidency is an endless reminder of everything Trump predicted.
— thebradfordfile (@thebradfordfile) July 24, 2022
At this point, it’s almost impossible to see Biden running again in 2024.