President Joe Biden has deflected questions about his mental fitness since he announced his campaign, arguing he is equipped to do the job of Commander in Chief.
Even still, it appears Americans are not convinced.
A new Fox News poll reports that less than half of Americans trust Biden’s mental fitness to lead the nation.
The poll asked: “Do you think Joe Biden has the mental soundness to serve effectively as president, or not?”
The answer? Only 49 percent of Americans said yes.
This has been a constant line of attack for Republicans, which has been aided by Biden’s steady stream of verbal flubs, confused looks and even his inability to call on reporters without a list of approved names from his staff.
“This has created doubt not only in my mind, in the mind of many, many Americans, but also doubt in the minds of our allies,” Sen. Bill Hagerty said in an interview with Hugh Hewitt. “It has been just shocking to see the President’s lack of attention to this, his unwillingness to address it.”
The poll also asked, “Do you think Joe Biden is honest and trustworthy, or not?” Only 50 percent said yes.
These arguments will likely be resurfaced in any 2024 challenge to Biden’s presidency. A leading contender in that race as of now is former president Donald Trump, who has strongly hinted that he will run again for the White House very soon.
A Rasmussen poll from this summer gave Trump’s team hope in that regard. That poll found Biden’s popularity fell below both Trump and former president Barack Obama.
“There’s good news and bad news for President Joe Biden,” Rasmussen said. “The good news is that most voters have a favorable opinion of him. The bad news is that his numbers aren’t better than former President Donald Trump’s, and are worse than former President Barack Obama’s.”
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